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VOLUME XXI — NUMBER 3 


OCTOBER 3, 1959 



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RCA Victor execs are shown awarding a Gold Record to The Rrowns, the 
brother-sister trio, for their million-selling recording of “The Three Bells.” 
Shown (1. to r.) are Chet Atkins, Artists & Repertoire Chief of RCA Victor’s 
Nashville operation; Bonnie, Jim Edward and Norma (Norma, a younger 
sister, is receiving the award for Maxine, the “third” Brown) ; George R. 
Marek, Vice President and General Manager of RCA Victor Record Division; 
and Steve Sholes, Manager, Pop Artists & Repertoire. The Browns are managed 

by Herb Shucher. 



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The remarkable EVEREST sound on this record is the result of a revolutionary new 
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To the right is a graphic representation of this new material. What you see here, your 
ears will quickly verify when you listen to an EVEREST recording. 

Notice that now EVEREST engineers have over 3 times the normal space available on 
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engineers to make recordings with 


• No distortion from print through 

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With 35 mm magnetic film, the base material on which the magnetic oxide is coated is 
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that it can accommodate three channels, each of which is as wide as the standard Vi" 
recording tape. Because of this great channel width it is possible to produce stereo 
recordings in which the usual “background noise” is inaudible. Another similarity of 
magnetic film to motion picture film is that it has sprocket holes cut along each edge. 
The drive mechanism is also similar to motion picture cameras in that sprocket gears 
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FOUNDED BY BILL GERSH 


JOE ORLECK, President and Publisher 
NORMAN ORLECK, VP and Managing Director 
GEORGE ALBERT, Treasurer 
BOB AUSTIN, Gen. Mgr., Music Dept 
MARTY OSTROW, Music Editor 


Volume XXI — Number 3 

III 


And Now — 



October 3, 1955 



The Cash Box Publishing Co., Inc. 

1721 Broadway, New York 19, N. Y. 

(All Phones: JUdson 6-2640) 

Cable Address: CASHBOX, N. Y. 

JOE ORLECK 


EDITORIAL STAFF 
IRA HOWARD, Editor 
IRV LICHTMAN, Associate Editor 
TED WILLIAMS, Editorial Assistant 
ALLEN BERZOFSKY, Editorial Assistant 
POPSIE, Staff Photographer 
BRUNO DUTKOWSKY, Art Director 
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MARVIN SCHLACHTER, Adv. Dept., Music, N. Y. 
MARTY TOOHEY, Coin Machines 
A. MARINO, Office Manager 

T. TORTOSA, Circulation 

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Arnsivalostrabe, Germany 

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ADVERTISING RATES on request. All advertising 
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Advertisements subject to approval of publishers. 

THE CASH BOX covers the entire music industry, 
ranging from retail record and music stores to disk 
jockeys, music publishers, recording artists, record 
manufacturers, music composers and arrangers, radio 
and TV stations, and all others allied to the music 
industry throughout the world. 

THE CASH BOX covers the entire coin machine in- 
dustry all over the world. Operators, jobbers, distribu- 
tors, manufacturers and suppliers of automatic music 
vending, service and amusement machines are covered. 

THE CASH BOX coverage extends to finance firms, 
loan organizations, factors, banks, and other financial 
institutions, expressly interested in the financing of coin 
machines of all kinds. 

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right Convention. Copyright 1959 by The Cash Box 
Publishing Co., Inc. 



WORLD 


The Cash Box takes great pride in announcing to its readers all over 
the globe the launching of a world-wide news coverage that will encom- 
pass the key music markets. 

Beginning with the October 10 issue, The Cash Box will place at your 
fingertips each Monday morning the whats, whys and wherefores of the 
music and record business in the United States, England, Germany, Can- 
ada, Australia, Italy and the Benelux countries (Holland, Belgium and 
Luxemburg). 

We hope to bring the publishers and manufacturers of all market 
areas in touch with each other. 

We hope to open a vast new vista to a world in which only a hand- 
ful are presently aware of its possibilities. A world in which the poten- 
tial looms great. A world that has been reduced to not more than one 
day’s travel from anywhere. New York to Europe in six hours — and 
even this, say engineers, will be reduced to three hours in the years to 
come. We will, as has always been the concept of The Cash Box, present 
concise, accurate news and lists so that the busy record and publishing 
executives will view the entire global picture with a minimum expendi- 
ture of effort and time. 

The Cash Box is proud to be able to extend its service to the trade. 
In launching this exciting feature we once again point up the fact that 
for OVERALL coverage, both domestically and internationally, The Cash 
Box is the leading trade paper in the music and record business. 


The Cash Box TOP 100 



Best Selling Tunes on Records 

COMPILED BY The Cash Box FROM LEADING RETAIL OUTLETS 


1 — Mack The 
Knife 

1 5 

★ AC-6147— BOBBY DARIN 
BT-1 1053— AUSTRALIAN 

JAZZ QT. 
CO-41471— LOUIS 

ARMSTRONG & 
ALL-STARS 
DE-30978 — CATERINA 
VALENTE 

MG-12149— DICK HYMAN 
TRIO 

2 — I'm Gonna Get 
Married 

4 4 

★©AP-l 0032— LLOYD PRICE 

3 — Sleepwalk 

2 2 

* CV-103— SANTO & JOHNNY 
CV-1 06— BETSY BRYE 

4 — Three Bells 

3 1 

MN-408 — DICK FLOOD 
★©VI-7355— THE BROWNS 
WD-686 — J. T. ADAMS 

5 — Put Your 
Head On My 
Shoulder 

7 11 

★©AP-10040 — PAUL ANKA 

6 — ('Til) I Kissed 
You 


★ CD-I 369- 


5 7 

-EVERLY BROTHERS 


7 — Red River 
Rock 

8 8 

KI-S250— GENE REDD & THE 
GLOBETROTTERS 
*®WA-S09— JOHNNY & 

THE HURRICANES 

8 — Broken 
Hearted 
Melody 

6 6 

* ME-71477— SARAH 

VAUGHAN 

BEfe-Teen Beat 

16 31 

* OS-5— SANDY NELSON 
WB-5104— DON RALKE 

10 — Just Ask 
Your Heart 

11 19 

★©CN-1040— FRANKIE 
AVALON 

H — Poison Ivy 

12 13 

* AC-6146— COASTERS 

12 — Morgen 

13 16 

CO-414S1— LESLIE UGGAMS 
CO-41452— RICHARD 
MALTBY 

* LA-3033— IVO ROBIC 
VS-347— REX ALLEN 

13 — Sea Of Love 

9 3 

DE-30945— KATIE WEBSTER 

* ME-71465— PHIL PHILLIPS 


Pos. Pos. 
9/26 9/19 

16— — Primrose 

Lane 

18 35 

★ CG-59047— JERRY WALLACE 

17— Battle Of 
Kookamonga 

21 38 

★©VI-7585— HOMER & JETHRO 

18— 1 Loves You 
Porgy 

15 15 

★©BT-11021 — NINA SIMONE 
CC-517— MONTY KELLY 

19— 1 Want To 
Walk You 
Home 

10 10 

★ IM-5606— FATS DOMINO 


20 - 


-Hey Little 
Girl 


34 


24 

★®AN- 1029— DEE CLARK 

(III — Lonely Street 

29 53 

★ CD-1370— ANDY WILLIAMS 
CW-800— CEE VEE 

22— — The Angels 

Listened In 

27 

★ CE-51S— CRESTS 

23— Baby Talk 

14 

★ DR-522— JAN <■ DEAN 

24 — You Were 
Mine 


40 


★ RB-6901- 

25- 


-FIREFLIES 


28 


32 


Mary Lou 

26 39 

★©RO-4177— RONNIE HAWKINS 


Mr. Blue 


23 46 

★ DN-5— FLEETWOODS 

15 — Battle Hymn 
Of The 
Republic 

19 41 

* CO-41459— MORMON TABER- 

NACLE CHOIR 


26 

★ 

27 


-Makin' Love 

17 18 

VI-7529— FLOYD ROBINSON 

-I Ain't Never 

25 27 

CA-4256— FOUR PREPS 
★©DE-30923— WEBB PIERCE 

28— What'd I Say 

20 12 

★ AT-2031— RAY CHARLES 

Deck Of 
Cards 

52 92 

CA-4285— TEX RITTER 
DO-15968— WINK 

MARTINDALE 

KI-5249 — "T" TEXAS TYLER 


30- 


-I've Been 
There 


29 


31 

★©MG-12814— TOMMY 
EDWARDS 

31 — -Kissin' Time 

22 17 

★©CM-167— BOBBY RYDELL 


3&- — D 


Know 


on't You 


60 


89 


★©VI-7591— DELLA REESE 

3 -— You're Gonna 

Miss Me 

43 52 

★ MG-12824— CONNIE FRANCIS 


October 3, 1959 


Pos. Pos. 
9/26 9/19 

Fool's Hall 
Of Fame 

46 63 

DO-15982— PAT BOONE 

Worried Man 

73 99 

★ _ CA-4271— KINGSTON TRIO 

36— Say Man 

48 57 

★ CK-931 — BO DIDDLEY 

37— — Come On 

And Get 
Me 

44 58 

★ CN-1041— FABIAN 

38 — Midnight 
Flyer 

•so 93 

AV-570— TRAMPS 

★ CA-4248— NAT "KING" 

COLE 

39— Danny Boy 

70 — 

★ MG-1 2826— CONWAY 
TWITTY 

ou Better 
Know It 

58 66 

★ BR-55149— JACKIE WILSON 

41 — My Own 
True Love 

34 25 

★ AE-S67— JIMMY CLANTON 
MG-12810— FOUR 

COACHMEN 

42 — Shout 

69 98 

★©VI-7588— ISLEY BROTHERS 

43 — Thank You 
Pretty Baby 

35 

★©ME-71478— BROOK BENTON 

44 — Okeefenokee 

45 49 

★ SW-4035— FREDDIE CANNON 

45 — Caribbean 

39 30 

★ GY-201 8— MITCHELL TOROK 


40-Y 


46- 


-Love Potion 
#9 


51 


67 


★ UA-1 80— CLOVERS 

47’ — Seven Little 
Girls (Sitting 
In The Back 


Seat) 


65 

★ GU-200— PAUL EVANS 
& CURLS 


48— Got The 
Feeling 

★ CN-1041— FABIAN 

49 — Lavender 
Blue 


53 


30 

★©BG-3016 — SAM TURNER 


50— Wh 


ere 


64 

★ ME-71502— PLATTERS 


i King 

77 

-E. C. BEATTY 


★ CL-7003- 


76 


86 


20 


83 


90 


Pos. Pos. 
9/26 9/19 

52— High Hopes 

38 37 

vr CA-4214— FRANK SINATRA 
CA-4238 — JONAH JONES 

53 — I'm Gonna Be 
A Wheel 
Someday 

40 47 

★ IM-5606— FATS DOMINO 

54— It Was 1 

33 21 

★ BN-7002— SKIP & FLIP 

55— What A Dif- 
ference A 
Day Makes 

50 26 

★©ME-71435— DINAH 

WASHINGTON 

★ 

56— — -Tucumcari 

81 100 

★ RO-4191— JIMMIE RODGERS 

57 — The Mummy 

42 48 

★ BR-55140— BOB McFADDEN 

& DOR 

SZ-1201 — BUBI & BOB 


58- — There Goes 

My Baby 

3~ 

★ AT-2025— DRIFTERS 

59 — True True 
Happiness 

49 

★ CD-136S— JOHNNY 

TILLOTSON 
SO-990I— WANDERER 


37 


23 


56 


60 — A Big Hunk 
Of Love 

36 22 

★ VI-7600— ELVIS PRESLEY 

61 — Living Doll 

68 74 

★ AP-10042— CLIFF RICHARD 

★ KA-293— DAVID HILL 

62 — A Lover's 
Prayer 

71 80 

★ LA-3035— DION & 

BELMONTS 

63— Just To Be 
With You 

67 73 

★ AU-102— PASSIONS 

64 — Somethin' 
Else 

56 61 

★ LI-55203— EDDIE COCHRAN 

65 — Just As Much 
As Ever 

66 64 

★ DE-30861— BOB BECKHAM 

66 — Joey's Song 

74 85 

★ DE-30956— BILL HALEY 

— Some Kind-A 
Earthquake 

★ JA-1130— DUANE EDDY 

— Unforget- 
table 

★ ME-7I508— DINAH ~ 

WASHINGTON 


Pos. Pos. 
9/26 9/19 


69- 


-Darling, I 
Love You 


78 


72 

★ FO-153—AL MARTINO 

70 — Every Little 
Thing I Do 

79 82 

★ LA-3035— DION & BELMONTS 

7T — Enchanted 
Sea 

★ LI-55212— MARTIN DENNY 

★ MF-16— ISLANDERS 

72 — Boogie Bear 

75 77 

★ ME-71479— BOYD BENNETT 


0— W 


oo-Hoo 


93 — 

★ RO-3515— ROCK-A-TEENS 

74 — Poco Loco 

82 88 

★ CB-1001— GENE & EUNICE 


75— B 


oo Boo 

Beat Stick 

100 — 

★ VI-7589— CHET ATKINS 

— I Don't Know 

89 — 

★ AT-2035— RUTH BROWN 

— Misty 

AT-2037— CHRIS CONNOR 

★ CO-41483— JOHNNY MATHIS 
CO-41482— ERROLL GARNER 
ME-71477— SARAH 

VAUGHAN 

SY-12012— BILL SHEPHERD 

78— Breaking Up 
Is Hard 
To Do 

80 81 

★ ME-71485— JIVIN' GENE 

7'Sjk — Believe Me 

★ CA-4261— ROYAL TEENS 

80 — I Got Stripes 

55 54 

★ CO-41427— JOHNNY CASH 

81 — Like I Love 
You 

78 51 

★©WB-5087— EDD BYRNES 

82— Love Walked 
In 

88 

★ EN-105S— FLAMINGOS 


97 


83— I'll Never 
Fall In Love 
Again 

96 100 

★ CO-41438— JOHNNIE RAY 

84— I'll Be See- 
ing You 

90 — 

★ AP-10047 — PONI-TAILS 

★ CA-4259— TOMMY SANDS 

85— Wish It 
Were Me 

92 — 

★ ME-71502— PLATTERS 


Pos. Pos. 
9/26 9/19 

86— — Smile 

47 43 

★ CO-41434— TONY BENNETT 
LO-1 876— FRANK 

CHACKSFIELD 
MG-12802— ART MOONEY 
ORCH. 

UA-1 81— KELLY OWENS 

87 — Bad Girl 

★ CH-1734 — MIRACLES”" _ 

88 — Come And 
Get It 

91 93 

★ VI-7578— RAY PETERSON 

89 — Young 
In Years 

94 — 

★ ME-71505— DIAMONDS 

90 — On An Eve- 
ning In Roma 

76 55 

★ CA-4222— DEAN MARTIN 

91 — It Happened 
Today 

★ CX-109— SKYUNERS 

92— In The 
Mood 

97 — 

★ RE-110— ERNIE FIELDS 

93 — If You Don't 
Want My 
Lovin' 

84 79 

★ DE-30656— CARL 

DOBKINS, JR. 


95 


98 100 


94 — Torquay 

9 

★ RK-2008— FIREBALLS 

95— Oh, Carol 

★ VI-7595— NEIL SEDAKA 

96 — Goodbye 
Charlie 

★ ME-71 510— PATTI PAGE 


97- 


-Crying In 
The Chapel 


★ JU-601— SONNY TIL & 

ORIOLES 

98 — See You In 
September 

41 24 

★ Cl-l 02— TEMPOS 

99 — Six Boys And 
Seven Girls 

★ CC-518— ANITA BRYANT 

100 — Linda Lu 

86 75 

★ JA-1128— RAY SHARPE 

100— Lies 

★ AP-l 0043— TEDDY 

RANDAZZO 

100 — Rockin' 

Lady 

— 96 

★ FL-201— PENNY CANDY 


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October 3 , 1959 


The Cash Box , Music 





Opens Offices In 



Will Now Bring News 
and Lists From England, 
Germany, Italy, Benelux 
Countries In Addition To 
I). S. - Canada - Australia 


NEW YORK — In the past three 
months executives of The Cash Box 
have made two trips to Europe to in- 
vestigate and set up a chain of of- 
fices to gather news, lists, record and 
tune information, growth of markets, 
price changes, etc. 

Great changes have already taken 
place in some areas, in others there 
are slight rumblings that show the 
shape of things to come. More and 
more companies in each market are 
becoming aware of the great possi- 
bilities that lie in the exchange of ter- 
ritorial rights to tunes and recordings 
and the future promises keen compe- 
tition for such rights. 

The results of the two trips are un- 
veiled in this announcement. The Cash 
Box has opened an office in London, 
where Neville Marten will be in 
charge. Offices have also been opened 
in Hanover, Germany, (temporary 
address) under the guidance of Miss 
Eva Morell; Milan, Italy, directed by 
Vittorio de Michelli; and Amsterdam, 
Holland, represented by Skip Voogd. 
The latter office will handle Holland, 
Belgium and Luxemburg. 

The globe is shrinking with each 
aeronautical advance — and with it 
the music world. 

Not too long ago records were re- 
leased in foreign countries as much as 
two years after they were hits in the 
United States. Today it is very often 
only a matter of weeks. This was at 
one time considered inconceivable. 
The whole picture in Europe is chang- 
ing. The American influence is get- 
ting stronger and stronger. Simul- 
taneous releases? Who knows? Not 
today — and not in the immediate fu- 
ture — but with the rapidity with 
which the musical scene is develop- 
ing internationally can one say with 
certainty that this will not come 
about? 

A jet-plane gets you to Europe 
today in six and one-half hours. One 
of our larger language schools is 
advertising that the not too distant 
future will see this reduced to three 
hours. Already there has been a 
strong exchange of music personali- 
ties between Europe and the United 
States (both entertainers and trade 
publisher’s, manufacturers, etc.) — and 
the number is growing weekly. When 
we reach the three hour stage travel- 
ling to the farthest parts will be al- 
most like commuting — and more bar- 
riers will have been overcome. 

We visualize the rest of the world 
as being in somewhat the same posi- 
tion today as was the United States 


half a dozen or a dozen years back 
when rhythm and blues sold only to 
the negro markets and country and 
western sold only in its own particu- 
lar markets. Education and exposure 
via radio, television, moving pictures 
and ease of travel have broken down 
these barriers in the United States 
and similarly will bring foreign mar- 
kets into our sphere of sales in the 
near future. Already England, Ger- 
many, Canada, Australia and New 
Zealand are big buyers of American 
product. The Scandinavian and Bene- 
lux countries are also strong fol- 
lowers of our record stars. France 
and Italy are beginning to feel the 
influence of our tunes and records, 
South Africa and Japan have become 
markets for our U.S. product. 

By the same token foreign product 
has made its mark in the United 
States. Currently moving rapidly up 
the charts is “Morgen” by Ivo Robic, 
a German import, preceded by “Pe- 
tite Fleur”, ‘Ciao Ciao Bambina”, 
“Volare”, among others. The recent 
number one song in the nation, “Three 
Bells”, is an American version of a 
French tune. 

Going back a couple of years some 
imported artists who made it in the 
United States were Caterina Valente, 
Crazy Otto, Vera Lynn, David Whit- 
field, Mantovani, Lonnie Donegan, 
Michelle and Raymond LeGrande, 
Nancy Whiskey, and many others. 

Space does not allow the listing of 
all the material that originated in 
countries all over the world and which 
hurtled to hitdom in the American 
markets. BUT — we believe what has 
happened in the past is but the be- 
ginning of a larger and more excit- 
ing ONE-WORLD market in the fore- 
seeable future. There will be an ex- 
change of tunes and records on a 
much larger scale. New companies 
will be formed all over the world and 
competition for material will be keen. 

It is of the utmost importance that 
you be kept informed as to what is 
happening in the record markets all 
around the globe. The Cash Box has 
spent months investigating the mar- 
kets abroad and setting up offices in 
key areas. News will be flowing from 
all markets into our publication office 


Germany 


Eva Morell 
Hannover 



Miss Eva Morell, who will be 22 
years old next November 7, has re- 
ceived her formal education in Kassel. 
Miss Morell has been a newspaper re- 
porter for several years, a radio an- 
nouncer and then again a newspaper 
journalist. Miss Morell, aggressive, 
intelligent, and attractive, has a wide 
acquaintanceship of the music and 
theatrical world. 

Miss Morrell can be reached at 
Hannover, Pension Lange, Arnisvalo- 
strabe. This is a temporary address 
and no phone has yet been arranged. 

in New York where it will be edited 
and printed for your easy consump- 
tion each week. You will have first 
hand the news that has just hap- 
pened in England, Italy, Germany, 
the Benelux countries, Canada, and 
Australia, in addition to the United 
States. And this is only the beginning. 
From time to time we will add other 
territories until we have completed 
the record market picture. By giving 
you editorial coverage from those 
areas listed above, we are placing at 
your fingertips markets that account 
for the greatest part of the world’s 
record sales. 

There are many facets to this inter- 
national exchange. South Africa (and 
let’s not forget “Skokian” of several 
years ago) is undoubtedly interested 
in the markets of England, Italy, 
Scandinavia, etc. And likewise, any 
market in any other market. 

In many cases the United States 
has populations from foreign coun- 
tries that equal or exceed the total 
populations of the mother countries 
themselves. These ethnic groups rep- 
resent ready markets for native 
records. 

The day has gone when we think 
in terms of “our” record market. To- 
day we must think in terms of global 
markets. This is the thinking of the 
future, and we, The Cash Box, will 
spare no effort to keep you aware of 
what is happening. 


England 


Neville Marten 
London 



Neville Marten, newly appointed 
Cash Box representative for England, 
joined The Cash Box after four years 
as advertising manager for a leading 
British record and show business 
paper. Prior to that Marten was on 
the staff of a London publisher pr 
ducing magazines on Theatre, Filn 
Ballet, Books and Records. Marte 
trained as an actor at The Roya 
Academy of Dramatic Art in Lon- 
don, when the second World War cu 
short his aspirations in this field. 
Marten joined the British Army ir 
1939 serving six years with an In- 
fantry Regiment. 

After the war Marten continued 
his career as an actor appearing in 
the theatre, broadcasting and televi- 
sion, before moving into the magazine 
publishing business. 

Marten can be reached at The Cash 
Box, 9 /9a New Bond Street, London 
W.l. Tel: Hyde Park 2868. 


Stellman Leaves Cash Box 


Full Time Office Necessitates 
Ending Of 7 Year Relationship 


NEW YORK — With the opening of 
a full time office in London, The Cash 
Box regretfully terminated its long 
association with Marcel Stellman, who 
was its part-time representative for 
about seven years. 

Stellman, because of time consum- 
ing outside interests, was unable to 
make himself available for the in- 
creased requirements The Cash Box 
now expects of its representative. 


More Coming 


NEW YORK — The opening of news 
sources from U.S., Canada, Australia, 
England, Italy, Germany, Benelux 
Countries (Holland, Belgium and 
Luxemburg) is but part of the exten- 
sive coverage The Cash Box expects 
to offer its subscribers. We expect, 
in the not too distant future, to 
announce additional coverage from 
other countries. 


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JIVIN’ GENE 

Breaking hearts and charts with his shattering hit release... 


BREAKING UP 
IS HARD TO DO 

Mercury 71485 

THE HIT TRADEMARK 



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Pick of the Week 


“SO MANY WAYS” “I WANT YOU FOREVER” 

(2:29) (2:23) [Eden BMI — 

[Brenda BMI — Stevenson] Benton, Otis, Dejesus] 


LEE LAWRENCE 
(Apollo 538) 

B “LOVING YOU” (2:10) [Zodiac 
BMI — Pavezio, Krantz] Lawrence 
hands-in a convincing vocal on the 
Italian-flavored sentimental. Combo 
statement includes an appropriate 
mandolin - like sound and femmes 
warble in Italian. 


JAY JOHNSTON 
(Freedom 44018) 

B “LIVIN’ DOLL” (2:08) [Ridge- 
way BMI — Tevis, Johnston] 
Something of a Jimmie Rodgers ses- 
sion in this infectious, folk-beat entry. 
Good teen attraction. Song is not the 
current Cliff Richard & David Hill 
clicks. 


BROOK BENTON (Mercury 71512) 

# Brook Benton continues to flash his ‘long-lasting mettle’ via his 
latest Mercury double-header, “So Many Ways” and “I Want You 
Forever”. They’re two beat-ballad beauts that have what it takes to 
follow in the footsteps of previous hits (which currently includes “Thank 
You Pretty Baby”). Wonderful choral-ork support for Brook’s warm 
and rich vocal efforts. 



B “THE RISING RIVER” (2:04) 
[Melhedd ASCAP — Reichner, 
Rotfeld] A dramatic romantic turn for 
the songster. Lester Powell backing 
includes a rippling keyboard. 


JULES FARMER 
(Imperial 5625) 

*1, “POSSIBLY, POSSIBLY” (2:30) 
© + [Empress ASCAP — Gallop, Liv- 
ingston] There’s good rock-a-ballad 
appeal here. Take offers choice ro- 
mantic warbling. 

U “THESE THINGS HAPPEN” 
©+(2:25) [Planetary ASCAP — To- 
bias, Ballard] Fine ballad voicing by 
the Nat Cole-sounding performer, 
whose backing has an easy Latin- 
beat feel. Good tune. Jocks will like. 


BETTY ROCHE 
(Bethlehem 1 1054) 

B “SUMMERTIME” (2:43) [Gersh- 
win ASCAP — Heyward, Gersh- 
win] Stylist offers a warm jazz vocal 
view of the standby. Unbilled combo 
backing is warmly inventive. Will 
appeal greatly to the hip platter spin- 
ners. 

fi “I JUST GOT THE MESSAGE 
fe+BABY” (2:33) [BMI — Carr] 
Cozy swing-time on this end, with a 
scat bit taking up the middle part 
of deck. 


APRIL STEVENS 
(Imperial 5626) 

ff* . “TEACH ME TIGER” (2:25) 
IfT” [Aragain Chandler ASCAP — 
Tempo] Thrush, who whispered her 
way on to the charts with “I’m In 
Love Again” some years back, does 
sultry same on the light beat side. 

fi. “THAT WARM AFTERNOON” 
M+ (2:45) [Aragain ASCAP — 
Tempo] Performer coos on this por- 
tion, too. 


SONNY BRONSON 
(Mala 408) 

«8 . “THERE’S A HOLE IN THE 
©t MIDDLE OF THE MOON” (2:19) 
[E. H. Morris ASCAP — Hilliard, Bal- 
lard] Lively rocker that makes a 
timely entry, considering the recent 
Russian rocket strike on the moon. 
Might make some noise. 

f«, “ABOUT THAT KISS” (2:28) 
U+ [M&M BMI — Smith] A chic, jazz- 
styled light swinger on this end. Bell 
Records distributes label. 


B “WALK A DOG” (2:20) [Metric 
BMI — Stanley] Johnston and set- 
ting drive nicely here. A sound young- 
sters will appreciate. 


LILLIAN BROOKS & 

LEW DOUGLAS ORCH. 

(B&F 1327) 

|i “WHY DON’T YOU BELIEVE 
O+ME” (2:35) [Brandom ASCAP — 
Douglas, Laney Rodde] The song that 
was Joni James’ initial success is 
rendered with a strong rock-a-ballad 
feel by the thrush. The Lew Douglas 
ork provides solid rock-a-string sup- 
port. Worth eyeing. 

B “SENTIMENTAL FOOL AM I” 
(2:24) [Brandom ASCAP — Hor- 
ton, Ballantine] Another effective 
wistful turn by the lass. 


ROBERT PEEBLES 
(Jax 1001) 

m , “THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF 
fi+MINE” (2:06) [Kenny Marlow 
Wonder BMI— Isle, Isle] A fine R&B- 
styled rhythmic, with Peebles leading 
the vocal way and the combo produc- 
ing a pro beat. Can amount to some- 
thing. 

B “G1FT FROM HEAVEN” (2:25) 
[Kenny Marlow Wonder BMI — 
Isle] Songster expressively cuddles 
the heart-felt ballad. NRC Records 
handles the label. 


KI KI PAGE 
(A 111) 

“BIG BOY” (1:50) [Moontunes 
t#+ ASCAP — Moon, Perry] Thrush 
delivers a nice swing sense on the 
rhythm number. Plas Johnson heads 
the jazz-inclined beat backing. 

C “YAWNIN’” (2:03) [Moontunes 
ASCAP — Moon] Lass keeps the 
tempo up here. 


FLOYD HENDERSON 
(Triingle 51315) 

“TENDERLY” (2:22) [Edwin H. 
Morris BMI — Gross, Lawrence] 
Fine stylistic beat treatment of the 
standard by songster Henderson. The 
rock-a-string backing makes a strong 
beat case. Here’s a side that could 
make it big. 

B “NOSY ROSY” (1:50) [Fontana / 
BMI — Hawkins, Johnson] Spark- 
ling rhythm from the company here 
on the novelty. A teen treat. 



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the Week 


“MY HEART BECAME OF AGE” 
(2:19) [Wonderland-Music World 
BMI — Sherman, Sherman] 


“FIRST NAME INITIAL” (2:19) 
[Walt Disney ASCAP — Kalmanoff, 
Schroeder] 


ANNETTE (Vista 349) 

# Annette, whose most recent entry on the click side of the ledger 
was “Lonely Guitar,” should be entering- another pair of money-makers 
in the weeks to come. Tunes, “My Heart Became Of Age,” a delightful 
rock-a-shuffler, and “First Name Initial,” a beat-filled affair with a 
“Tall Paul” drive, are both loaded with hit potential. Afterbeats color- 
fully back up chirp’s attention-getting piping on both outings. 


KIRBY STONE FOUR 
(Columbia 41444) 

H , “VOLARE (Nel Blu Dipinto Di 
T Blu)” (2:20) [Robbins & B. I. 
E. M. ASCAP — Migliacci, Modugno] 
Typically brisk and affable run- 
through on the Domenico Modugno 
triumph. Listening is a treat and side 
could make the grade ala team’s 
“Bubbles, Bangles And Beads.” Fig- 
ure strong jock play. 

© “I LOVE PARIS” (2:01) [Bux- 
D+ton-Hill ASCAP — Porter] More 
breezy stuff from the talented crew. 
Can prove a success, too. 


PAUL KIRK 
(Urania 5006) 

H, “READY LITTLE STEADY” 
©+ (2:27) [MacWright BMI — 
Wright, Kirk] The bright goings on 
here can have import in both pop and 
R&B fields. Songster’s belt is backed 
by lots of instrumental-chorus color. 
Keep tabs on it. 

B , “LONG AGO” (2:15) [Torso BMI 
• — Knox, Kirk] Kirk turns-in a 
persuasive performance on a fine teen 
plaintive. There can be sales news in 
this direction, too. 


“HE NEEDS ME” (2:19) “LITTLE GIRL BLUE” (3:28) [T. 
[Mark VII ASCAP— Hamilton] B. Harms ASCAP— Rodgers, Hart] 

NINA SIMONE (Bethlehem 11052) 

© Stylist, whose “I Loves You Porgy” smash has proved one of the 
top “left-field” successes of the year, can add two more persuasive 
surprises to the charts. Both of the choice oldies, “He Needs Me” and 
“Little Girl Blue,” are superb, intimate expressions that all concerned 
should mind closely. Sides, as with “Porgy,” were culled from a Bethle- 
hem LP by Miss Simone. 


“PRETEND” (2:35) [Brandon ASCAP — Douglas, Arman, LaVere] 
“ROCKIN’ LOVE” (2:30) [Knox BMI— Mann] 

CARL MANN (Phillips 3546) 

© Many of the magic ingredients that Carl Mann whipped up in his 
chart-riding revival of “Mona Lisa” are blended into his latest release 
for the Phillips label. Tune, “Pretend,” is another few-years-back Nat 
Cole click that Mann contagiously rocks over. Flip, dubbed “Rockin’ 
Love,” is an enticing, steady-middle beat thumper that breaks into a 
sturdy rock stanza at mid-point. Can be a big two-sider. 


“WHEEL OF FORTUNE” (2:38) “COW COW BOOGIE” (2:36) 
[Laurel ASCAP — Benjamin, [Leeds ASCAP — Carter, DePaul, 

Weiss] Raye] 

THE KNIGHTSBRIDGE STRINGS (Top Rank 2014) 

© The British outfit, which dipped into the ‘memory lane’ category 
to capture chart status with the “Cry” revival could successfully 
follow suit with the strings-with-a-beat refittings of “Wheel Of Fortune” 
and “Cow C'ow Boogie.” Former’s a “Cry”-styled, beaUballad stanza 
while the latter excitingly incorporates the driving boogie beat. Sales 
should soar following deejay exposure of both lids. 


“WHAT DO I HEAR” (2:29) [Geo. “TAKE ME ALONG” (1:58) 
Pincus ASCAP — Howard, Gaze] [Valyr ASCAP — Merrill] 

AMES BROS. (RCA Victor 7604) 

© Both vocal poses by the songsters display chart-hitting ability. 
“What Do I Hear” is a fine English re-write of a recent German hit 
and the boys take it with a light-swing, receiving support from strings 
and an effectively cool keyboard. The sunny title-song of the new Bob 
Merrill musical, “Take Me Along,” is presented with a happy-go-lucky 
rock flavor (colorful Hugo Winterhalter ork-chorus setting). 


DEVINY JAMES 
(Beta 1006) 

W “LITTLE GIRL” (2:37) [Retta 
®+ BMI — James] The songster 
serves-up of the tender romantic with 
a good deal of beat warmth. Combo- 
chorus support plays it effectively 
soft. Things could happen here. 

B “BLUE DENIMS” (1:55) [Blac- 
ron BMI — Johnson] This session 
gives the teeners a solid dance-floor 
attraction. 


DAN PENN 
(Earth 1013) 

», “YOU DON’T TREAT ME 
®+ RIGHT” (1:48) [Sherrill-Stafford 
BMI — Penn] Potent drive account by 
songster Penn and combo. Some of the 
tune sounds like the Everly Bros, 
click, “’Til I Kissed You.” Good enough 
to make noise. 

f* “CRAZY OVER YOU” (1:53) 
!**+ [Sherrill-Stafford BMI— Sherrill] 
Lazy-styled ballad offering here. Up- 
per lid comes-across much better. 


BOBBY LOUIS 
(Capitol 4272) 

B “CELL OF LOVE” (2:14) [Cen- 
tral BMI — Fallin, Rhodes] Fine 
sense of rock rhythm displayed by 
Louis on the rocker. Artist’s spirited, 
handclap instrumental setting is first- 
rate. Sock date that will be enjoyed 
by the kids. 

B ‘T’M A COWARD” (2:14) [Cen- 
tral BMI — Louis, Rhodes, Fleet- 
wood] Songster is country-styled on 
the ballad, about a lad who would like 
to tell the chick he loves her. Falsetto 
femme is part of background. 


“I AIN’T HARIN’ SHARON” (1:59) [Brenner BMI— Pomus, Shuman] 
“TASTE OF THE BLUES” (1:57) [Dundee BMI— Montgomery] 
BUDDY KNOX (Roulette 4179) 

© Buddy Knox check,;, in with a tantalizing bit of tunestuff that has 
those hit qualities notched into every groove. Tagged “I Ain’t Sharin’ 
Sharon,” it’s a contagious novelty that Buddy and the combo-chorus 
pound out with solid sales authority. Delectable background vocal 
gimmicks. On the tearful, quick moving flipdeck, Knox sadly reflects 
that he’s had a “Taste Of The Blues.” 




FRANCIS ZAMBON & NATURALS 
(Vamalco 503) 

B “OUR LOVE WILL LAST” 
(2:11) [Vamalco BMI— Zambon] 
Pro rockabilly stand by Zambon and 
Naturals combo on the good teen opus. 

I*. “JIVE NOTE” (2:08) [Vamalco 
v ' BMI — Zambon] The Naturals 
solo and do a neat job on the rock- 
jive survey. 


HI-LO’S 
(Columbia 41465) 

B “GOODY GOODY” (1:57) [De- 
Slyva, Brown & Henderson AS- 
CAP — Mercer, Melneck] The inventive 
songsters bring their original blend 
around to the mainstay and results 
should strongly make the deejay 
grade. The Frank DeVol ork swings 
right along. 

B “INDIANA (Back Home Again 
In Indiana)” (2:18) [Shapiro, 
Bernstein ASCAP — Macdonald, Hen- 
ley] The approach here: soft barber- 
shop-like harmony on the verse and 
a bright attack on the chorus. 


JIMMY KRISS 
(Winston 1039) 

» , “LOST IN A DREAM” (1:57) 
SI+ [Slim Willet BMI— Kriss] Note- 
worthy teen ballad is rendered with 
authority by Kriss, who gets admir- 
able backdrop sounds from the 
chorus-combo. Side’s got the goods 
to see some activity. 

B “YOU’VE GOT ME WORRIED” 
(2:08) [Slim Willet BMI— Willet] 
Kriss shows his pro way with a 
driving session. 


TONY LEE 
(Mercury 71511) 

B “SUMMER LOVE” (2:03) [Ac- 
tual BMI — Shapiro] Songster 
gets to the drama of the emotional 
teen romantic. Exposure could do 
important things for session. 

B “SO SHY” (2:30) [Actual BMI— 
Shapiro, Lee, Linale] Approach 
to another ballad is softer. 


JOHNNY DUFFETT 
(Brunswick 55145) 

n , “BABY, OH BABY” (2:32), 
D+ (Northern ASCAP — Duffett,, 
Korb] A striking ballad account by 
Duffett and combo. Songster is very 
sensitive, while combo sets-up inter- 
esting-sounding dirge-like support. 
Exposure can get this deck moving. 

f« , “JUST GIVE ME YOUR I 
HEART” (1:50) [Newton ASL' 
CAP — Duffett, Korb] Tempo picks-up 
in socko style. 


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“YOU TELL ME” 

( 1 : 17 ) 

IHiLo BMI— Orbison] 


“GOODBYE LITTLE DARLIN’ 
(2:12) [Chappel & Co. ASCAP- 
Marvin, Autry] 


JOHNNY CASH (Sun 331) 

# Johnny Cash should continue his unbroken hit chain with these two 
potent follow-ups to his recent Sun click, “Katy Too.” They’re two 
heartfelt love affairs, the quick moving “You Tell Me” and the slightly 
up beat “Goodbye Little Darlin’.” Cash’s unmistakable vocal stylings 
and the Tennessee Two’s instrumentation are again listening treats. 


RANDY BRENT 
(Cupid 1) 


B “HOW SLOWLY” (2:25) [Hit 
ASCAP — Wright, Barry] Effec- 
tive teen-ballad take by Brent and 
Don Ralke ork-chorus. Theme states 
that time for young lovers goes 
slowly. 

P , “RUN LIKE THE WIND” (2:09) 
■" [Hit ASCAP — Wright, Curris] 
All concerned sort of gallop on this 
romantic. 


“ALICE BLUE GOWN” (2:07) [Leo Feist ASCAP— Tierney, McCarthy] 
“SWEET LEILANI” (2:22) [Joy ASCAP— Owens] 

LEROY HOLMES ORCH. (MGM 12833) 

• “Alice Blue Gown” goes teen sound in a manner likely to make 
a deep chart impression. While the Holmes strings strikingly survey 
the melody, a guitar-percussion section offers a beat that should mean 
a lot to the youngsters. Rock-a-string work at its most exciting. Backing 
is the lovely, tropical-flavored “Sweet Leilani” evergreen. 


“UNCHAINED MELODY” (2:35) [Frank ASCAP— Zaret, North] 

“THREE YOUNG REBS FROM GEORGIA” (2:20) 

[Leon Rene ASCAP — Rene] 

BOBBY DAY (Class 257) 

# Day can break back into the two-market hit ranks with his fine, 
up-beat modernizing of the short-while-back ballad smash, “Unchained 
Melody.” Catchy ‘doop-doop’ vocal support for Day’s Roy Hamilton-like 
delivery. “Three Young Rebs From Georgia,” is a hard-driving affair 
that tells about three rockin’ instrumentalists from down Atlanta-way. 
Both halves can make it on the pop-r&b level. 


“LITTLE QUEENIE” (2:22) [Arc BMI— Berry] 

“I COULD NEVER BE ASHAMED OF YOU” (2:20) 
[Acuff-Rose BMI — Williams] 

JERRY LEE LEWIS (Sun 330) 

# Teeners should delight-in songster Lewis’ rock drive on “Little 
Queenie,” a one-time noise-maker for Chuck Berry. To add to the 
youngster’s interest, the performer pauses twice to make narrative 
comments. Side follows the recently active Lewis deck, “Let’s Talk 
About Us.” Lower-lid finds artist in hard-beat, country-flavored ballad 
form. 


“TU-BER-CU-LUCAS AND THE SINUS BLUES (2:15) 

[Ace BMI— Smith] 

“DEAREST DARLING” (2:20) [Ace BMI— Smith] 

HUEY SMITH (Ace 571) 

• Smith, who registered in r&b and pop circles with the “Rockin’ 
Pneumonia And Boogie Woogie Blues,” can accomplish the same 
- feat with another sick-titled affair dubbed “Tu-Ber-Cu-Lucas And The 
Sinus Blues.” It’s done up in the engaging, roek-a-blues Smith tradition. 
The pace is slowed down, fish beat-wise, inviting “Dearest Darling 
(You’re The One)” take. 


PAPER BOY” (2:10) [Acuff-Rose BMI — Orbison] 

“WITH THE BUG” (2:27) [Acuff-Rose BMI— Orbison] 

ROY ORBISON (Monument 409) 

© Chances are the “Paper Boy” will be in big demand in the near 
future. It’s the title of Roy Orbison’s Monument debut and it could 
very well develop int a top ten item. Tune, from the broken romance 
dept., is taken for a fetching, subdued cha-cha rock ride. Dandy, 
change-of-pace is offered on the rockin’ “With The Bug” coupler. It’s 
“Paper Boy” you’ll be ‘reading all about’. 


MYRON LEE 
(Keen 82104) 

B “COME BACK BABY” (1:53) 
* [Peer Int’l BMI — Neil, Petty] 
This jump account by songster Lee 
will be welcomed by the young set. 
Strong showing. Can kick up a chart 
fuss. 

B “BABY SITTIN’ ” (2:10) [Dun- 
dee BMI — Wachendorf] The drive 
way here is also written in pro teen 
language. 


N. A. STEPHENSON 
(Westwood 201) 

B "BOOGIE WOOGIE COUNTRY 
GIRL” (2:15) [Progressive BMI 
— Pomus, Ashby] A wild rock-a-billy 
outing, as the title should indicate. 
Colorful beat work for the big beat 
set. 

n “PINS AND NEEDLES” (2:35) 
V ■ [Milene ASCAP — -Jenkins] Gui- 
tars move quickly as the songster 
relaxes on the romantic. 


KENNY LORAN 
(Capitol 4276) 

|» “MAMA’S LITTLE BABY” 
® ' (1:53) [Beechwood BMI — Pep- 
pers, Loran, Whitlock, Wesley] Fami- 
liar “Shortnin’ Bread” tune becomes 
a nifty rock vehicle for teen-wise 
actor-singer Loran. Infectious beat 
supports. Could show-up. 

B “MAGIC STAR” (2:14) [Snyder 
ASCAP — Loran, Peppers] 
Rhythm is retained as Loran and 
chorus-combo come-up with a pro up- 
beat date. Can move, too. 


RAVENS 
(Top Rank 2016) 

B . “SOLITUDE” (2:25) [American 
■*' Academy Of Music ASCAP — De- 
Lange, Ellington, Mills] Good soft- 
rock performance of the standby. 
Lead is sensitive and strings make 
effective punctuated comments. 

B,“( There’s A) HOLE IN THE 
©"•"MIDDLE of THE MOON” (2:23) 
[E. H. Morris ASCAP— Hilliard, Bal- 
lard] A jumper that has a bearing 
on the recent Russian rocket hit on 
the moon. There’s also a reading on 
the Mala label. 


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SANDI SUMMERS 
(Charm 101) 

B “SO MANY TEARS” (2:15) 
[Chant BMI — Miller, Fein, Bern- 
stein] The new label — a Westminster 
affilate — offers a wistful, sometimes 
multi-tracked waltzer by the thrush. 
Pretty portion. 

r , “OK, OK, OKAY” (1:50) [Dream 
^ ""ASCAP — Adamore] An upbeat 
novelty rock stint here. 


CAROL HUGHES 
(RCA Victor 7605) 

» “STAYING YOUNG” (2:25) 
® ' [Valyr ASCAP — Merrill] This 
haunting philosophical number — from 
the forthcoming “Take Me Along” 
musical — is beautifully portrayed by 
the lark. Lush backing includes a slight 
mention of the big beat. Will win over 
many deejays. 

B “GOIN’ TO THE DOGS” (2:20) 
[Valyr ASCAP — Merrill] More j 
philosophy presented in a snap, 
spiritual-like arrangement. Some un- 
ique over-dubbing of Miss Hughes’ 
voice. 


CRYSTALS 
(Felsted 8566) 

B “MARY ELLEN” (2:02) [Ramb- 
ed BMI — D’Amato, Riciuti, Ricci, 
Aqueleno] Boys have gimmick sound 
picnic on the name-song. Combo fol- 
lows suit with hopping sax-led work. 

B “BLIND DATE” (2:35) [Rambed 
BMI — D’Amato, Riciuti, Ricci, I 
Aquelena] The team and musicians 
maintain an upbeat vitality. Two 
sound-full portions. 


BARBARA CARROLL 
(Kapp 297) 

B “NORTH BY NORTHWEST” 
(2:36) [Robbins ASCAP— Herr- 
mann] The jazz pianist touches pen- 
sively over the pretty theme of the 
well-received flick of the same name. 
The Frank Hunter Strings get the 
mood picture. Fine lush fare. 

B “FAR AWAY” (3:00) [Garland 
ASCAP — Kapp, Van Heusen] 
More inviting musings by the artist. 


CHARLENE MORRIS 
(Campus 113) 

C “FOREVER AND A DAY” (2:05) 
[Fremwar BMI — Matas, Mar- 
shall] Thrush puts sincerity into the 
love story. 

II “BOINK!” (1:40) [Budd ASCAP 
u — Kaye, Garson] A novelty that 
makes a case of the title. 


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“A SUMMER PLACE” (2:01) [M. Witmark ASCAP— Steiner] 
“BLUE STRINGS” (1:50) [Sequence ASCAP— Garson] 

HUGO WINTERHALTER (RCA Victor 7599) 

“A SUMMER PLACE” (2:24) [M. Witmark ASCAP— Steiner] 
“GO-GO-PO-GO” (2:15) [Marpet ASCAP— Faith] 

PERCY FAITH (Columbia 41490) 

“A SUMMER PLACE” [M. Witmark ASCAP— Steiner] 
“BOURBON ST. BEAT” 

DON RALKE (Warner Bros.) 

$ A strong, catchy pic main-title sentimental, “A Summer Place,” is 
presented with a gentle rock beat by the instrumentalists in each disk 
case. Winterhalter (Victor) and Faith (Columbia) employ a full ork, 
while Ralke (Warner Bros.) gives tune a small combo (and chorus) 
reading. They’re all in tine commercial taste; keep tabs on all three. 
The Winterhalter and Ralke couplers play it easy, while Faith offers a 
happy Latin-style ork go. 



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BABY WASHINGTON 
(Neptune 107) 

m “LET’S LOVE IN THE 
H+MOONLiGHT” (2:04) [J. B. 

Hooks, Sr. EMI— Hooks] The R&B 
stand-out — currently clicking with 
“The Bells”— could go pop charts 
with her fir lin ; of the inviting 
romantic. pS'rong i.r : feature. 

Watch for both po E.tB action. 

» “WORK OUT” (2 0.9) [C. 

© Shaw BMI — Washington] De- 
lightful vitality on this handclao- 
per. Possible pop move here, too. 


JESSE LEE TURNER 
(Fraternity 855) 

1$ “TEEN-AGE MISERY” (1:57) 
© '"[Ren Rut BMI — Turner, Moon] 
Turner, a chart artist with “Little 
Space Girl,” can have another big 
item with this contagious (despite 
the theme) outing. The Turner 
voicing is surrounded with a very 
good-sounding stint from the gui- 
tars. Eye closely. 

B “THAT’S MY GIRL” (1:50) 
[Tree BMI — Robinson] Steady 
hard-beat backs the almost narra- 
tive Turner delivery. Interesting- 
take. 


DOLORES DALE 
(United Artists 186) 

» “ALWAYS YOU” (2:25) [One 
O’Clock BMI— Cameron] Lark 

warbles a pleasing plaintive against 
an interesting tango-rock ork setting. 
Enough in sound to make a stir. 

B “HOW CAN I TELL YOU” (2:30) 
[One O’clock BMI — Cameron] A 
sincere view of the heart-felt romantic. 


ODETTA 
(Vanguard 35007) 

U, “MOTHERLESS CHILDREN” 
B > (2:10) [BMI— Fellious] This 
spiritual-like item — also known as 
“This Train” (and other names) — 
receives a strong reading from the 
vibrant-voiced folk artist. It’s infec- 
tious air could stir some noise. 

B, “OX-DRIVER SONG” (2:34) 
©“*■ [ASCAP — Belafonte, Corman] 
Songstress belts out a “Mule Train”- 
like ditty, with vocal-instrumental set- 
ting rolling dramatically along. Might 
interest some platter spinners. 


SKIP MILO 
(Arc 4453) 

B “JO BABY” (2:20) [Tree BMI 
— Gates] The new singing ar- 
rival warmly surveys the affectionate 
teen-ballad. Kids will welcome the 
side’s tender way. 

B “WHAT’S WRONG WITH ME?” 
(1:47) [Sherrill/Stafford EMC 
BMI — Pennington] Talent takes nicely 
to the rhythmic. 


COUSINS 
(Fidelity 3010) 

B “HOW WE’LL LOVE” (2:09) 
[Venice BMI— Burk] A conta- 
gious light upbeat blend by the song- 
sters. Can be active. 

B -LOVE IS BLIND” (2:05) [Ven- 
ice BMI — Burk] Boys offer the 
kind of tenderness that’s sure to get 
to the heart of many a teener. Spe- 
cialty Records handles the diskery. 


ART DECOU 
(Form 100) 

B “WHERE ARE YOU” (2:23) 
B >" House Of Fortune BMI — Motola] 
Side could entrance the kids in a chart 
manner. Plaintive is appealing and 
Decou reading very expressive. Larks 
are an inviting backdrop feature. 

p , “I CRIED A MILLION TEARS” 
V+ (2:00) [House Of Fortune & 
Quintet BMI — Motola] OK rendition 
of a disenchanted beat item. 


BRENDA LEE 
(Decca 30967) 

» “SWEET NOTHIN’” [Champion 
O T BMI — Self] Rhythmic youngster 
tells of the “sweet nothin’s” she hap- 
pily gets from her guy. Infectious 
percussion beat back-up (chorus, too). 
Plenty for teeners to hear. 

B “WEEP NO MORE MY BABY” 
(3:00) [Cedarwood BMI — Wil- 
kin, Loudermilk] Deliberate ballad 
belting from the lass and again a teen- 
wise upbeat sound from the combo. 


MARY KASPER 
(Mercury 71497) 

B “TOOT, TOOT, TOOTSIE, GOOD- 
BYE” (2:54) [Leo Feist ASCAP 
— Fiorito, Erdman, Kahn] Bright 
modern swing dress for the oldie. The 
thrush belts nicely and Wayne Robin- 
son ork sticks a few Latin tricks into 
the sparkling arrangement. Jocks will 
like a lot. 

B “MY LAST GOODBYE” (2:24) 
[Bourne ASCAP — Howard] Oldie 
is revived with soft-beat tenderness 
by the songstress and ork. Inviting- 
date. 


BERT & RAY 
(Alpine 51 ) 

B “NIGHT LIFE” (2:07) [Andval 
BMI — Cooper, Wray] An earthy 
rock blueser by the team from the new 
Columbia Records affiliate. Has an 
easy guitar sound that could attract 
the kids. 

p “SLOW DRAG” (2:25) [And- 
v“r val BMI — Scearce, Wray] Boys 
are in no hurry here. 


JOAN ARMSTRONG 
(Hanover 4535) 

p “BIG MIDNIGHT SPECIAL” 
»+<2:22) [Acuff-Rose BMI— Coop- 
er] The folk oldie — currently suc- 
ceeding in the country field — is 
knocked-out with country-like zest by 
the lark and combo tagged the Shak- 
ers. Can show in the pop field. 

B “LONESOME WHISTLE” (2:45) 
[Vision BMI — Harris] Another 

familiar folk number is rendered with 
hard-beat, again country-inclined, fla- 
vor. 


MARIE SISTERS 
(Brunswick 55146) 

B “CHICA CHEE CHA CHA” 
(2:24) [Frankie BMI — Basile] 
OK cha-cha with a strong big beat 
base from the gals and combo. Makes 
for agreeable spins. 

“OH! TONY” (2:27) [Frankie I 
BMI — Basile] Deck offers run- 
of-the-mill upbeat sentimentalizing. 





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VINNIE MONTE 
(Decanter 350) 

m , “I BELIEVE” (2:05) [Crom- 
11+ well ASCAP — Drake, Graham, 
Shirl, Stillman] A sensitive rock-a- 
ballad treatment of the fine inspira- 
tional standard. Monte is very ex- 
pressive and ork offers a soft ork- 
chorus teen background. Bears at- 
tention. 

B “AFTER YOU’VE GONE” 
(1:30) [Mayfair ASCAP — 
Creamer, Layton] A colorful swing- 
rock handling of the standby. Ex- 
citing side that can get strong- 
jock spins. 

CHUCK & BETTY 
(Decca 30985) 

© “COME BACK LITTLE GIRL” 
B't'( 2:18) [Champion BMI — Sim- 
mons, Chotas] Infectious rockabilly 
stand by the twosome that’s gonna 
delight many a teener. Fine vocal 
is enchanced by the combo color. 
May strike the charts in a big way. 

n “SISSY BRITCHES” (2:00) 
© ■ [Champion BMI — Simmons, 
Chotas] You can tip your hat to 
the performers for another winning 
rhythm display. Better keep tabs 
on both ends. 

PARISIANS 
(Bullseye 1028) 

© . “SILHOUTTES” (2:00) [Re- 
gent BMI — Slay, Crewe] The 
fairly recent success by the Rays 
comes-around again in a fine rock- 
a-string format. Leading the way 
is an effectively placed harmonica. 
Could be another chart turn for 
tune. 

B “PLANTERS CAFE” (2:15) 
[Regent BMI — Stern, Marnay] 
Soft, but prominent cha-cha beat 
supports the inviting essay from 
the harmonica and strings. Very 
pleasing date. 

GARY HODGE 
(Dolton 610) 

© “TOO OLD TO CRY” (2:28) 
9+ [Cornerstone BMI — Hodge] 
Interesting wistful that opens with 
a narrative and proceeds to a warm 
Hodge warble. Has an appeal that 
exposure could make something of. 

■ “NOT FOR LOVE OR 
MONEY” (2:15) [Cornerstone 
BMI — Hodge] The performer socks 
with lots of teen know-how. Same 
goes for combo support. 

HUTCH DAVIE 
(Atco 6149) 

© „ “HE ART ACHE S” (2:02) 
M “» [Leeds ASCAP — Klenner, 
Hoffman] The mainstay goes under 
the beat mill in an exciting in- 
strumental isplay. Gimmkked-sax 
leads the way, with other assorted 
instruments and ichanting song- 
sters in assist. Can be big. 

“SWEET GEORGIA BROWN” 
(2:01) [ AP— Ber- 

nie, Pinkard, Casey] A breezy 
treatment of the oloi: lie theme 

song of the Hax-lem Globetrotters 
basketball team. Whistle is fea- 
tured against a patter beat. Several 
vocal comments are included. 


GEORGE STALTER 
(Pam 106) 

B “SOFT TOUCH” (2:16) [Rob- 
+ bins ASCAP — Staffer] The 
touch here nicely resembles “Like 
Young” and could get along well. 
Chanting singers embellish key- 
board and strings. 

B “JUST ONE MORE CHANCE” 
(2:03) [Famous ASCAP — 
Johnston] A very listenable, lightly 
taken rock-a-ballad reading of the 
oldie. Male songsters repeat title. 

CHICK JAMES 
(Pride 1001) 

©.“SHE DOESN’T KNOW” 
(2:37) [Pry BMI — Pride] A 
fine light rhythm job by songster 
James and femme chorus on the 
melodic, upbeat wistful can de- 
velop into a strong chart stand for 
item. Can be a smash. 

B “IF THERE SHOULD BE” 
(2:45) [Pry BMI — Pride] Very 
intimate ballad styling by the per- 
former. 

LENY EVERSONG 
(Seeco 6033) 

© “CA C’EST L’AMOUR (That’s 
© ' Love)” (2:35) [Buxton-Hill 
ASCAP — Porter, Larue] A strik- 
ing session on the lovely Cole Por- 
ter opus. A South American 
favorite, lark displays a dynamic, 
individual vocal talent as she gets 
to the heart of the tune (she sings 
in French). Of interest, too, is the 
lush Pierre Dorsey ork backing. 
With deejay exposure, side could 


B 


“I WANT TO BE HAPPY” 
(2:14) [Harms ASCAP — 
Youmans, Caesar] A swinging 
English reading of the mainstay. 
Jocks are gonna try this one also. 
Sides were culled from performer’s 
new LP, “The Swinging Leny Ever- 


RONNIE CHAPMAN 
(Columbia 41469) 

B, “IN THE BEGINNING” 
Bt (2:34) [Jimskip BMI — DeFel- 
ice, Buzzeo] Lovely teen expres- 
sion of love found is tenderly 
portrayed by songster Chapman. 
Attractively soft on the beat is the 
Michael Coldin ork-chorus. A ses- 
sion that looks good, chart-wise. 

B “ANNIE B. IS GONE” (2:17) 
[Larry Taylor ASCAP — Cold- 
in, Prescott] Folk-styled dramatic 
is handled effectively by the per- 
former. 

DON ROBERTSON 
(Capitol 4282) 

© , “THE MERRY MEN” (2:20) 
B+ [Ross Jungnickel Don Robert- 
son ASCAP — Robertson] Robert- 
son, who had “The Happy Whis- 
tler” some time back, heads a 
contagious light beat combo-chorus 
outing based on a familiar folk 
tune. The instrumental sound is 
enchanced by chanting and whis- 
tling by the male songsters. A 
novelty entry to watch. 

B “A FINE DAY” (2:20) [Ross 
Jungnickel Don Robertson AS- 
CAP — Robertson] An easy “soft- 
shoe” that features a whistle and 
feather-light combo support. 


CHANNELS 

(Mercury 71501) 

» “JUNGLE LIGHTS” (2:13) 
® [Judy ASCAP — Ciliberti, Caruso, 
Shaeffer, Marterie] This jungle-type 
instrumental can carry solid sales 
weight. Tempo is driving and overall 
sound should hold teen interest. 

B “EARTHQUAKE” (2:15) [Judy 
ASCAP — Ciliberti, Caruso, Shaef- 
fer, Marterie] Boys move quickly 
again and once more prove their 
upbeat worth. Two fine combo sides. 


LAURELS 
(ABC-Paramount 10,048) 

» “PICTURE OF LOVE” (2:35) 
® [Paulette BMI — Steinberg, Stein- 
berg, Feldman, Goldstein] A dynamic 
romantic outing. Boys are rhythm- 
ically strong on the theme, while the 
combo features tricky guitar work. 
Right-up teen alley. 

B “HAND IN HAND” (2:23) 
[Paulette BMI — Feldman] Things 
soften down to an OK teen senti- 
mental. 


BROTHERS FOUR 
(Columbia 41461) 

© „ “CHICKA MUCKA HI DI (Never 
® Give A Thought)” (2:05) [Joy 
ASCAP — Warren, Goehring] Boys 
are charmingly bright and easy on 
the delightful calypso-like ditty. There 
can be a big sales future here. 

B “DARLIN’ WON’T YOU WAIT” 
(2:31) [Shapiro, Bernstein AS- 
CAP — Pockriss, Vance] Engaging 
folk-styled stint by the singers. Sound 
is commercial and deck could make it. 


JERRY WALD ORCH. 

(Waldork 10001) 

© “THE CREEPER” (2:12) [Ray- 
® ' ven BMI — Gosselain, Hortis] A 
“sneaky” beat affair, with jazz touch- 
es from the brass. Side generates an 
excitement that could sell jocks and 
then teeners. From a flick tabbed 
“Nude In A White Car.” 

B “NIGHTMARE” (2:14) [Joy AS- 
CAP — Shaw] An old Artie Shaw 
piece features clarinet solo above a 
pounding beat. 


MOONBEAMS 
(Grate 100) 

JS “DON’T GO AWAY” (1:55) 
® ■" [Alan K. BMI — Moonbeams] A 
good rock ditty is taken for a fine 
rhythm ride by the songsters and 
combo. A bright beat sound that can 
show-up. 

|» “A LOVER’S PLEA” (2:20) 
Alan K. BMI — Germany] Lead is 
OK on the plaintive. 


| LARRY HOVIS 
(Capitol 4281) 

© “MY HEART BELONGS TO 
® ONLY YOU” (2:18) [Regent BMI 
— Daniels, Daniels] Pretty oldie is 
intimately styled by the songster. 
Backing is delicately simple. Deck’s 
from a Hovis LP of the same. 

ft, “I WANT TO FALL IN LOVE” 
(1:46) [Longhorn BMI — Hovis] 
A light rhythm stand on this end. 
Also from the package. 


BILLIE HOLIDAY 
(Verve 10181) 

H “THESE FOOLISH THINGS 
® (Remind Me Of You)” (2:20) 
[Bourne ASCAP — Link, Strachey, 
Marvell] The late stylist gives the 
great standard a reading of feelingful 
intimacy. Her only support is a key- 
board; that’s all that’s needed. 

© “STRANGE FRUIT” (2:35) [E. 
® B. Marks BMI — Allen] This is a 
concert appearance in which Miss 
Holiday touchingly sang the song 
which she was closely indentified with. 


HUBERT BROWN 
(Peach 717) 

f* “I’VE GOT A CRUSH ON YOU” 
(2:02) [Tree BMI — Brown] The 
ditty is presented with light-hearted 
appeal by singer Brown. Guitars 
follow lively along. 

f> “UNFAITHFUL” (1:48) [Lowery 
BMI — Brown] Pace is brisk on 
this multi-tracked rock-a-billy disen- 
chanted. 


BOB MICHAELS 
(Dean 501) 


B 


“SO CLOSE TO MY HEART” 
(1:56) [Trinda ASCAP — Jacobs, 
Crane] Michaels is warm on the tune 
that recently made noise via a Kathy 
Linden entry. Backing includes tri- 
plets and good sans-lyric group. In- 
viting item for the kids. 

B “DARLING, I LOVE YOU” 
(2:13) [Cini & Rambed BMI — 
Provenzano] The current A1 Martino 
chart-rider receives a harder beat 
here. 


BABY DOLLS 
(Warner Bros. 5086) 

B “QUIET!” (1:58) [Fairlane AS- 
CAP — Hemric, Kay, Mullins] 
Cute and novel take. Soft blend by 
the gals gradually builds-up to may- 
hem and fella has to shout “Quiet!” 
Could happen. 

|* “HEY, BABY!” (1:54) [M. Wit- 
mark ASCAP — Hemric, Kay] 
Team puts on a persuasive rock attack. 


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BUDDY CLINTON 
(Time 1016) 

® . “ACROSS THE STREET 
® * FROM YOUR HOUSE” (1:51) 
[Siras ASCAP — Ballard, Tobias] 
A strong' rendition of the choice 
teen ballad that’s also been cut 
by Barry DeVorzon on Columbia. 
Should tune make it with kids, 
here’s a version that should figure 
in the sales pie. 

B “HOW MY PRAYERS HAVE 
CHANGED” (1:55) [Siras AS- 
CAP — Ballard, Tobias] An interest- 
ing and good-sounding light beat. 
The theme: a fella no longer prays 
for toys, but for his gal. 

HAPPY SINGERS 
(Telefunken 4503) 

® “ROSA-ROSALIE” (2:00) 
©+[ ASCAP— Bergh, Roda] Bright 
and melodic polka stand by Ger- 
man songsters and ork. You’ve got 
to watch polka dates like this. 

“ANNEMARIE” (2:10) [AS- 
CAP] More sunny polka doings 
by the ensemble. 

CHIP FISHER 
(Esco 200) 

U “THERE’S A GREAT DAY 
B+COMIN’” (2:28) [Joe South 
BMI — South] Here’s one that can 
bust wide open with exposure. It’s 
a hard-driving, sort of rock-a- 
spiritual handelapper that new- 
comer Chip Fisher and a vocal 
crew belt out in sensational style. 
Lots of excitement here. Stick with 
it. 

B “JUST AS YOU ARE” (2:02) 
[Joe South BMI — South] 
Pretty, teen-styled rock-a-ballad 
romancer completes the pairing. 


CARMEL QUINN 
(Headline 1005) 

m , “FOREVER AND EVER” (2:01) 
D+ [Robbins ASCAP — Winkler, 
Rosa] Lark — of Arthur Godfrey fame 
— reacts liltingly to the familiar, 
Italian-styled waltzer. The A1 Lom- 
bardy ork nicely reflects an Italian 
feeling. Fine programming. 

B “FM JUST A COUNTRY GIRL 
(BOY)” (2:50) [Folkways BMI 
— Brooks, Barer] Miss Quinn is easy 
on the pretty folk song. 


TONY PENN 

(PRI 101) 

B “A KING OR A FOOL” (2:03) 
[Lizann BMI — Edwards] Kids 
will go for the sentimental here. 
Familiar-sounding ballad is given a 
good emotional run by Penn. Setting 
is appealing. 

B “I DON’T LIKE IT” (2:12) [Liz- 
ann BMI — Burnette] Penn & 
Company (Rene Hall combo-chorus) 
rock and results are polished. Two 
pro teen portions. 


LOUIS NYE 
(Wig 103) 

© “TEENAGE BEATNIK” (1:54) 
B+ [Far-Out BMI — Pintoff, Stone, 
Kelly] The St, ;e Allen TV’er funny- 
man humorously describes his “beat- 
nik” personality while backing sup- 
plies a good uptempo sound. Sure to 
make it with the humor jocks. 

“ROLAND ROCKOFF” (2:00) 
fee [Far-Out BMI — Pintoff, Stone, 
Nye] The combo drives and one hears 
Russian-like lingo. 


DONNIE BROOKS 
(Era 3007) 

» “WHITE ORCHID” (2:08) 
[Sherman DeVorzon BMI — 
Holmes, Riesing, Leven] Sensitive 
folk-type warbling by a male 
chorus opens deck, with Brooks 
then narrating and then warbling 
the song of longing. One to watch. 

B “SWAY AND MOVE WITH 
THE BEAT” (1:44) [Sherman 
DeVorzon BMI — Holmes, Riesing] 
Things brighten in OK fashion. 

SCARLETS 
(Prince 1207) 

B, “STAMPEDE” (1:54) [Atlan- 
*»'' * tic BMI — Zober, Salmirs, An- 
tonio] A strong “stampeding” 
sound here. Guitars get the spot- 
light, but a sax is around for a 
good rock say also. Can be a 
smash. 

B “PARK AVENUE” (2:03) 
[Atlantic BMI — Zober, Sal- 
mirs] Plenty of beat zest here, too, 
but top-half states its case better. 

BILL SHEPHERD 
(Signature 12012) 

B, “MISTY” (2:51) [Vernon 
Dt ASCAP — Garner, Burke] A 
strong rock-a-string account of the 
tune that’s been receiving so many 
various sessions. This version from 
the English maestro can move. 

p, “STARDUST” (2:51) [Mills 
Ot ASCAP — Carmichael, Parrish] 
This teen reading of the standard 
was given a Best Bet in the Sep- 
tember 26 issue of The Cash Box 
(it was coupled with “Enchanted”). 
Both tracks are from Shepherd’s 
“Cry” LP. 


STEVE FRANCE 
(Renown 1 10) 

p “BAD BOY” (1:40) [Renown 
® +BMI — France] France hands-in a 
solid blues-based stint. Performer’s 
warbling receives an excellent guitar 
sound backing. Might step-out. 

B “DREAM BOY” (2:34) [Renown 
BMI — France] More blue-ish do- 
ings by France. Percussion bits high- 
light the support here. Has chances, 
too. 


BUDDY ACE 
(Fidelity 301 1 ) 

B “FROM THESE ROOTS” (2:25) 
[Lorrac BMI — Kay, Lake] Lots 
of rock-a-ballad understanding from 
the songster on the feelingful roman- 
tic. Big rock-a-string ork-chorus stint 
setting. 

B “SOMETHING NEW” (2:23) 
[Fairway BMI — Greines] More 
expressive warbling on another touch- 
ing opus. Label is a Specialty Records 
affiliate. 


VINCE EDWARDS 
(Rus-Fi 1) 

B “SQEELIN’ PARROT” (2:15) 
[Russell Melodies BMI — E&A 
Johnson] Lively rock-novelty about a 
gal’s parrot who tells the fella that 
he’s not the only one she’s been see- 
ing. Parrot makes humorous com- 
ments along the way. 

B “OH BABE” (2:00) [Alamo AS- 
CAP — Prima, Kabar] A rocker 
that has a boogie-woogie feel. It 
works out as a good rock stint, though. 


ARNOLD STANG & 

SUNSHINE KIDS 
(Epic 9332) 

p “IVY WILL CLING” (1:56) 
O T [Shapiro - Bernstein ASCAP — 
Shuman, Garson] Charming kiddie 
chorus outing conducted by comic 
Stang. Tune is an engaging filter. You 
can’t tell with these things. 

B “WHERE YA’ CALLING FROM, 
CHARLIE” (1:46) [Shapiro- 
Bernstein ASCAP — Stang, Shuman, 
Garson] Fine sock beat backs Stang 
on this tale of a guy who gets a call 
from his friend who’s got a cutey for 
him; Charlie, though, never says 
where he’s calling from. Can succeed 
with the jocks. 

ROSEMARY CLOONEY 
(Coral 62137) 

B “I WISH I WERE IN LOVE 
AGAIN” (2:20) [Chappell AS- 
CAP — Rodgers, Hart] Thrush swings 
lightly over the great showtune. Cozy 
cool backing from organist Buddy 
Cole’s trio. Will make it with the 
jocks. 

B “A TOUCH OF THE BLUES” 
(2:37) [Roger ASCAP — Wilcox, 
George] Good basic blueser from the 
performer. Both tracks come from 
artist’s “Swing Around Rosie” LP. 

MILTON DELUGG 
(Signature 12006) 

B “MOON OVER MIAMI” (2:06) 
[Bourne ASCAP — Burke, Leslie] 
Pleasant rock-beat run for the oldie. 
While the ork supplies the beat, a 
sans lyric chorus makes effective 
comments. It’ll get good jock reaction. 

B “AIN’T SHE SWEET” (1:54) 
[Advance ASCAP — Yellin, Ager] 
Bright beat doings for another item 
from the past. Here, the songsters 
offer both the number’s lyrics and 
again indulge in chants. Slick big 
beat stuff for the jocks. 

AL HARTLEY 
(Scarlet 4000) 

“DEBBIE” (2:38) [Conmar BMI 
— Shields, Turpen] Hartley em- 
ploys a whisper-type delivery on the 
affectionate, though he is more dem- 
onstrative on the release. Clicking- 
sound and chorus make an effective 
backdrop. Teeners will feel for side. 

B “OUR FIRST DATE” (2:12) 
[Conmar BMI — Stokes, Shields, 
Turpen] Soft Latin-ish tempo sup- 
ports songster on the romantic. Lon- 
don distributes deck. 

EDEN ROCKERS 
(Cannady 100) 

B -THE CRUISE” (2:00) [Joi-See 
BMI — Homan, Weisman, Best- 
row] Sounds of interest to the kids 
here. Feature is hard-beat sax and 
percussive stints that know the teen 
way. Has a chance. 

“WASTED” (2:38) [Bilya-Bah 
BMI — Homan, Weisman] An- 
other good rock-swinger. 

EARL COLEMAN 
(Finch 2003) 

fi, “GREEN EYES” (2:28) [Peer In- 
I# ■ ternational ASCAP — Mendez, Ut- 
rera, Rivera, Woods] The familiar 
item gets an OK swing-rock look from 
A1 Hibbler-sounding Coleman and 
unbilled ork. 

n,“SO MUCH TO BE THANKFUL 
V+FOR” (2:28) [Melotone BMI— 
Story, Keys, Villar] Coleman is cozy 
on the semi-inspiration. 


LAURIE LLOYD 
(Wynne 117) 

« “WALK WITH THE WIND” 
O' (2:17) [Republic BMI — Wayne, 
Morris] Thrush turns-in a solid vocal 
on the melodic inspirational-like bal- 
lad (keep looking for your love, ad- 
vises the tune). Fine rock-a-string 
backdrop. Exposure could take deck 
places. 

f*. “THE REST OF MY LIFE” 
V r (2:01) [Merrick BMI — Wayne, 
Tennyson] Miss Lloyd eases nicely on 
the pretty romantic. Bernie Wayne’s 
ork is the good support again. 

SPARKS 
(Decca 30974) 

“LA MACERENA” (2:35) [P.D.] 
Traditional Latin number gets a 
strong, sax led teen instrumental view. 
A deck that has a sound of big beat 
note. Watch it. 

B “WHY DID YOU LEAVE?” 
(2:30) [Champion BMI— Lovech- 
hio] Inviting wistful brings a good 
vocal lead into this session. 

TEMPOS 
(Hi-Q 100) 

B “SHAM-ROCK” [Trianon BMI— 
Gibson] Irish step sound is neatly 
blended with the big beat here. Inter- 
esting instrumental sound with po- 
tential. 

“IT’S TOUGH” [Trianon BMI— 
Tempos] The steady combo rock- 
er ought to provide the kids with a 
good dancing-listening session. A pro 
beat sound. 

HUB ATWOOD 
(Capitol 4274) 

B “STOMPIN’ AT THE SAVOY” 
(2:20) [Robbins ASCAP — Good- 
man, Webb, Sampson] Initial outing 
for the ork head on Capitol is a fine- 
sounding updating of the Benny Good- 
man-associated standard. Taking fea- 
tured part in the arrangement are 
brass against strings plus a soft sans- 
lyric chorus. It’s good for plenty of 
deejay plays. 

B “EASY TERMS” (2:25) [Beech- 
wood BMI — Atwood] Keyboard 
and strings have that “Like Young” 
look. “Easy Terms” is easy to take. 

CHARLES BUD DANT 
(Coral 62143) 

« . “FOREVERMORE (Lei Aloha; 
W*rLei Makame)” (2:55) [Crite- 
rion ASCAP — Raskin, King] This 
beautiful Hawaiian-flavored opus is 
touchingly rendered by the Dant ork- 
chorus. Lovely work that merits at- 
tention. 

B “ISLAND MEDLEY: (a) ‘Pagi 
Love Song’ (b) ‘War Chant’’ 
(2:00) (a) [Robbins ASCAP (b) P. D. 
— (a) Freed, Brown (b) Leleiohaku 
Adapt, by Dant] Two Hawaiian-type 
favorites are blended in a swinging 
arrangement. Songsters are the Clark 
Sisters and Beach Boys. 

EDWARD REDDING 
(Apex 7753) 

Q ‘‘DEVOTED TO DEBBIE” (2:21) 
®"*"[Josette BMI — Redding] Big- 
voiced Redding takes effective control 
of the interesting and inviting ballad. 
Guy compares famous pairings (i. e. 
Romeo & Juliet) with his own love 
for his gal. Moderate string-beat 
support. Could be active. 

B “COME ON HOME” (2:36) [Jo- 
sette BMI — Redding] Performer 
is dynamic on the blues-swinger. 







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The Best of Mathis... JOHNNY MATHIS singing 


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Best Selling Monaural & Stereo Hlbmns 

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!' HEAVENLY 3 

1 Johnny Mathis 

« (Columbia CL-1351; CS-8 152 * 

B135-11, 12, 13 

Pos. Last 
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★ SONGS BY RICKY 16 

| Ricky Nelson 

(Imperial LP-9082 * IMP 162, 3, 4) 

Pos. Last 
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— 1 GO BO DIDDLEY 22 

7 1 Bo Diddley 

(Checker LP-1436) 

Pos. Last 
Week 

A| LORD'S PRAYER 39 

Mormon Tabernacle Choir 
(Columbia ML-5386; MS 6068) 

_ #★ KINGSTON TRIO AT 

LARGE 1 

Kingston Trio (Capitol T-1199; 

ST-1199 * EAP-1 , 2, 31199) 

m #★ SECRET SONGS FOR 

YOUNG LOVERS 11 

Andre Previn & David Rose 
( MGM E-3716; SE-3716 * X-1669) 

a a ® ★ GIGI 19 

M. i Movie Cast 

““ {MGM E-3641 ; X-3641-ST * X-3641) 

AA •★ ESPECIALLY FOR YOU 26 

Vh Duane Eddy 

(Jamie LP-3006; ST-302 * EP-302) 

#★ MORE MUSIC FROM 
If! PETER GUNN 8 

Henry Mancini 

(RCA Victor LPM-2040; LSP-2040 * 
EPA-4339) 

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CARNEGIE HALL 30 

Harry Belafonte 

(RCA Victor LOC-6OO6; LSO-6OQ6) 

qq PORGY AND BESS 32 

J © Miles Davis 

(Columbia L-1275; LS-8085 * B-12741) 

# MORE JOHNNY'S 

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** Johnny Mathis 

(Columbia CL- 1344; CS-8150) 

q i LOOK TO YOUR HEART 28 

Frank Sinatra 
(Capitol W-1164) 

• LET'S ALL SING WITH 
2J THE CHIPMUNKS 35 

David Seville & The Chipmunks 
(Liberty LRP-3132; LST-7132) 

©★SOUTH PACIFIC 4 

a Movie Cast 

* (RCA Victor LM-22S2; LSO-1032 * 

E PA-4211) 

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A Elvis Presley 

(RCA Victor LPM-201 1; LSP-2011) 

qr • TABOO 27 

W V Arthur Lymon 

(Hi Fi R-806; 806) 

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(Columbia CL-1331; CS-8004 * 

B-1331 -1-2-3) 

Mg • BEAUTY AND THE BEAT 31 

Jf Cf George Shearing & Peggy Lee 
( Capitol T-1219; ST-1219) 

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gl Shelly Berman 

—{Verve MGV-J5003J 

Ofi •★ THE MUSIC MAN 38 

Jill Broadway Cast 

w ^ (Capitol W AO-0990; SWO-990 * EDM- 
990) 

mm* PORGY AND BESS 24 

jCIlLena Horne & Harry Belafonte 
(RCA Victor LOP-1507; LSD-1507) 


• ★ NO ONE CARES 6 

I* Frank Sinatra 

(Capitol W-1221; SW-1221 
EAP-1, 2, 31221) 

• PORGY AND BESS 17 

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(Columbia OL-5410 * OS-2016) 

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Li Henry Mancini (RCA Victor LPM-1956 
LSP 1956 * E PA-4333) 

AA • KOOKIE 37 

Jj I Edd Byrnes 

(Warner Bros. W-1309; WS 1309) 

TO OLDIES BUT GOODIES 12 

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(Original Sound LP-5001) 

|TO •★ THAT'S ALL 20 

If Bobby Darin 

(Ate 0 104; S-104 * EP-4504) 

_ _ • CHANCES ARE 
2 1§ IT SWINGS 25 

Shorty Rogers 

(RCA Victor LPM 1975; LSP 1975) 

• HOLLYWOOD IN 
q© RHYTHM 36 

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(Columbia CL-1310; CS-8117) 

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(Bethlehem 56028, 6028 ) 

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(Argo LP-628 * EP-1076) 

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1 0 Martin Denny 

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hv Warren Barker (Warner Bros. W-1289; 
WS-1289 * EA-1289) 

• ★ HOLD THAT TIGER 33 

4 If Fabian 

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• IT'S THE TALK 
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(Columbia CL-1334; CS-8143) 

— U ® QUIET VILLAGE 18 

M 11 Martin Denny 

(Liberty LRP-3122; LST-7122) 

• JAMAL AT THE 
Oil PENTHOUSE 34 

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(Argo LP-646; 5646) 

JA • KIND OF BLUE — 

"lU Miles Davis 

(Columbia CL-1355 ; CS-8163) 

41. FOLK SONGS SING ALONG 44. THE AMAZING NINA 46. TIME TO SWING. 48. MUSIC FROM RICHARD 

WITH MITCH. SIMONE. DIAMOND. 

42. FIVE PENNIES. 47 ■ KINGSTON TRIO. 49 . GYPSY. 

43. GOLDEN SAXOPHONES. 45. HAVE BLUES, WILL TRAVEL. 50 . 1812 OVERTURE. 





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(RCA Victor LSO-1032) 

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Jl Arthur Lymon 
(HiFi 806) 

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11 

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17 Billy Vaughn 
** (Dot SD-25165) 

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Week 

a g COME DANCE WITH ME 20 

Frank Sinatra 
(Capitol SW-1069) 

_ THE KINGSTON TRIO 
2 AT LARGE 2 

Kingston Trio 
(Capitol ST-1199) 

|A QUIET VILLAGE 9 

MU Martin Denny 

(Liberty LST-7122) 

|- VICTORY AT SEA— Vol. 1 23 

1 Si Robert Russell Bennett 
(RCA Victor LSC-2335) 

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£mV Mantovani 

(London PS-164) 

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mi Martin Denny 

(Liberty LST-7034) 

|| GIGI 8 

JIJi Movie Cast 

(MGM ST-3641) 

in PORGY AND BESS 22 

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(RCA Victor LSD-1507) 

22 exot,ca — voi. 111 — 

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(Liberty-LST 7116) 

. HEAVENLY 26 

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(Columbia CS-8 1 52) 

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(Columbia CS-8143) 

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AiU Mantovani 

(London PS-125) 

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(Bethlehem 6028) 

MORE JOHNNY'S GREATEST 
C HITS 3 

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(Columbia CS-8150) 

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Andre Previn & David Rose 
(MGM SC 3716) 

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(RCA Victor LST-1956) 

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(Capitol SWAO-990) 

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(Capitol SW-1221) 

« 1812 OVERTURE 19 

| An A natal Dorati 

(Mercury SR-900S4) 

LORD'S PRAYER — 

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(Columbia MS 6068) 

q A GOLDEN SAXOPHONES 32 

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(DLP-25205) 

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(RCA Victor LSP-2040) 

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« WITH MITCH 16 

Mitch Miller 
(Columbia CS-8004) 

|C MY FAIR LADY 17 

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(Columbia OS-2015) 

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W (RCA Victor LSP-2011) 

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AMERICA’S HOTTEST 
SHOW-BUSINESS PERSONAUT 


“THAT’S ALL’’ 

(Atco LP 33-104) 

the hottest 
album 
in the country 
contains 

“MACK THE KNIFE’’ 

(Atco 6147) 

the hottest 
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together with 
1 t other 
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9 Selling Records 


Reported by 


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Outlets 

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ANDERSON'S MUSIC 
Red Bank, N. J. 


CALIFORNIA MUSIC CO. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Pot Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

3. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

4. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

5. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

Three Bells (Browns) 

7- Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

6. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

9 . Morgen (I, Robic) 

10. Don't You Know (D. Reese) 


HILLSIDE MUSIC CENTER, 
INC. 

Hillside, Illinois 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

3. Three Bells (The Browns) 

4. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

5. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

6. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

7. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

8. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

9. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 
10. Just Ask Your Heart 

(L. Avalon) 

SUPER MUSIC INC. 
Baltimore 2, Md. 

1. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

2. You Better Know It (Wilson) 

3. Three Little Pigs (L. Price) 

4. Say Man (B. Diddley) 

5. Bad Girl (Miracles) 

6. Can't Make It By Myself 

(B. Lamont) 

7 . Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

8. The Cloud (Space Men) 

9. The Shout (Isley Bros.) 

10. Crying In The Chapel 

(Orioles) 


Cambridge, Mass. 

1. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

2. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

3. Worried Man (Kingston Trio) 

4. Fools' Hall Of Fame (Boone) 

5. Makin' Love (F. Robinson) 

6. Boogie Bear (B. Bennett) 

7. Battle Hymn Of The Re- 

public (Mormon Choir) 

8. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

9. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

10. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 


STAMPFLI'S RECORD ROOM 
Reno, Nevada 

1. Three Bells (The Browns) 

2. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

3. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

4. Baby Talk (Jan & Dean) 

5. Kissin' Time (B. Rydell) 

6. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

7. Makin' Love (F. Robinson) 

8. Till I Kissed You 

(Everly Bros.) 

9. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

10. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 


BERKELEY'S MUSIC CITY 
Berkeley, Calif. 

1. I Loves You Porgy (Simone) 

2. What A Difference A Day 

Makes (D. Washington) 

3. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

4. I Don't Know (Ruth Brown) 

5. It Was You (J. Brown) 

6. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

7. Is It Real (B. Bland) 

8. Thank You Pretty Baby 

(B. Benton) 

9. What'd I Say (R. Charles) 

10. Sweet Peas In Love (Stereo) 


1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Shout (The Isley Brothers) 

3. Just Ask Your Heart 

(F. Avalon) 

4. Don't You Know (D. Reese) 

5. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

6. Every Little Thing I Do 

(Dion & Belmonts) 

7. Sea of Love (P. Phillips) 

8. Love Walked In 

(The Flamingos) 

9. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

10. What'd I Say (R. Charles) 


ROYLES T V 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

1. Three Bells (The Browns) 

2. Till I Kissed You 

(Everly Bros.) 

3. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

4. Kissin' Time (B. Rydell) 

5. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

6. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

7. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

8. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

9. Battle Hymn Of The Re- 

public (Mormon Choir) 

10. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 


YOUNKERS 
Des Moines, Iowa 

1. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

2. Three Bells (The Browns) 

3. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

4. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

5. Morgen (R. Malthy) 

6. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

7. Just Ask Your Heart 

(F. Avalon) 

8. You Were Mine (Fireflies) 

9. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 
10. I've Been There (T. Edwards) 


GREENLINE RECORD 
CENTER CORP. 

Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

3. What'd I Say (R. Charles) 

4. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

5. Broken Hearted Melody I 

(S. Vaughan) | 

6. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

7. Lavender Blue (S. Turner) 

8. You Were Mine (Fireflies) 

9. Don't You Know (D. Reese) 
10. Joey's Song (B. Haley) 


PEERLESS CAMERA STORES 
New York, N. Y. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

3. Just Ask Your Heart 

(F. Avalon) 

4. Don't You Know (D. Reese) 

5. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

6. Three Bells (The Browns) 

7. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

8. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

9. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 
10. Till I Kissed You 

(Everly Bros.) 


COMER'S RECORD NOOK 
San Antonio, Texas 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

3. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

4. Say Man (B. Diddley) 

5. Till I Kissed You 

(Everly Bros.) 

6. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

7. Baby Talk (Jan & Dean) 

8. Battle Of Kookamonga 

(Homer & Jethro) 

9. Three Bells (Browns) 

10. It Was I (Skip & Flip) 

MUSIC CORNER 
New Haven, Conn. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Three Bells (The Browns) 

3. Don't You Know (D. Reese) 

4. Fools' Hall Of Fame (Boone) 

5. Morgen (I. Robic) 

6. Where (Platters) 

7. High Hopes (F. Sinatra) 

8. Evening In Roma (D. Martin) 

9. I'll Never Fall In Love 

Again (J. Ray) 

10. Worried Man (Kingston Trio) 


STEPHENSON MUSIC CO. 
Raleigh, No. Carolina 

1. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

2. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

3. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

4. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

5. Three Bells (Browns) 

6. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

7. Till I Kissed You 

(Everly Bros.) 

8. Ski King (E. C. Beatty) 

9. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 
10. Love Potion #9 (Clovers) 


ADVANCE MUSIC CO. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

1. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

2. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

3. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

4. Morgen (I. Robic) 

5. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

6. Breaking Up Is Hard 

("Jivin" Gene) 

7. Every Little Thing I Do 

(Dion & Belmonts) 

8. Sitting In The Back Seat 

(P. Evans) 

9. Where b/w Wish It Were 

Me. (Platters) 

10. I Want To Walk You Home 
(F. Domino) 

ERNSTROM'S 
Dallas, Texas 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Tickle Chicken (Stemosphere) 

3. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

4. I Loves You Porgy (Simone) 

5. What'd I Say (R. Charles) 

6. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

7. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

8. Till I Kissed You 

(Everly Bros.) 

9. Just Ask Your Heart 

(F. Avalon) 

10. Put Your Head On My 
Shoulder (P. Anka) 


MELODY MART 
Paducah, Ky. 

1. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

2. Three Bells (Browns) 

3. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

4. Makin' Love (D. Robinson) 

5. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

6. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

7. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

8. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

9. That's All Right (R. Smith) 
10. Fools' Hall Of Fame (Boone) 


BOWMAN'S 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Till I Kissed You 

(Everly Bros.) 

3. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

4. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

5. A Lover's Prayer 

(Dion & Belmonts) 

6. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

7. Three Bells (The Browns) 

8. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

9. I Loves You Porgy (Simone) 
10. Battle Hymn Of The Re- 
public (Mormon Choir) 


THE RECORD CENTER 
Cleveland, Ohio 

1. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

2. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

3. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

4. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

5. Just As Much As Ever 

(B. Beckman) 

6. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

7. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

8. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

9. Just Ask Your Heart 

(F. Avalon) 

10. Crying In The Chapel 

(Sonny Till & Orioles) 


KOP'S PIANO HOUSE 
Great Falls, Mont. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Halfway To Heaven (Twitty) 

3. Livin' Doll (C. Richards) 

4. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

5. You Were Mine (Fireflies) 

6. Morgen (I. Robic) 

7. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

8. Above and Beyond 

(W. Stewart) 

9. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

10. A Worried Man 

(Kingston Trio) 


BILL LAMB RECORD SHOPPE 
Flint, Mich. 

1. Three Bells (The Browns) 

2. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

3. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

4. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

5. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

6. Caribbean (M. Torok) 

7. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

8. Till I Kissed You 

(Everly Bros.) 

9. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

10. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 



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SANTO & JOHNNY 

CV-103 — Santo & Johnny 


Pos. Lest 
Week 


CV-106 — Betsy Brye 


2 

3 


MACK THE KNIFE 

BOBBY BABIN 

AC-6147 — Bobby Darin 
BT-1 1053 — Australian Jazz Qt. 

CO-41471 — Louis Armstrong & All Stars 


DE-30978 — Caterina Valente 
MG-12149 — Dick Hyman Trio 


THREE BELLS 

THE BROWNS 

MN-408 — Dick Flood 


VI-7555— The Browns 
WD-686 — J. T. Adams 


I'M GONNA GET MARRIED 

LLOYD PRICE 

AP-10032 — Lloyd Price 


5 

6 


(TIL) I KISSED YOU 

EVERLY BROTHERS 

CO-1369 — Everly Brothers 


6 

5 


BROKEN HEARTED MELODY 

SARAH VAUGHAN 

ME-71477 — Sarah Vaughan 


7 

SEA OF LOVE 

PHIU PHILLIPS 

DE-30945 — Katie Webster ME-71465 — Phil Phillips 

3 

8 

RED RIVER ROCK 

JOHNNY & HURRICANES 

KI-5250 — Gene Redd & The Globetrotters 
WA-509 — Johnny & The Hurricanes 

7 

1 WANT TO WALK YOU HOME « 

9 FATS DOMINO 3 

IM-5606 — Fats Domino 

10 

PUT YOUR HEAD ON MY SHOULDER 

PALL ANKA 

AP-10040 — Paul Anka 

14 


id 

POISON IVY. 

19) 

MAKIN' LOVE. 

12) 

JUST ASK YOUR 
HEART. 

20) 

THANK YOU 
PRETTY BABY. 


21) 

KISSIN' TIME. 

13) 

BABY TALK. 

22) 

PRIMROSE LANE. 

14) 

MORGEN. 

23) 

LAVENDER BLUE. 

15) 

1 LOVES YOU 
PORGY. 

24) 

BATTLE OF 

KOOKAMONGA. 

16) 

THERE GOES MY 

25) 

1 AIN'T NEVER. 


BABY. 

26) 

IT WAS 1. 

17) 

WHAT'D 1 SAY. 

27) 

MY OWN TRUE 

18) 

TEEN BEAT. 


LOVE. 


28) 


29) 


BATTLE HYMN 
OF THE 
REPUBLIC. 

HEY LITTLE GIRL. 

30) MARY LOU. 

31) MIDNIGHT FLYER. 

32) YOU WERE MINE. 

33) I'VE BEEN THERE. 

34) THE ANGELS 

LISTENED IN. 

35) MR. BLUE. 


AA — AAMCO 
AC — Atco 
AE— Ace 
AF — Audio 
Fidelity 
AG — Argo 
AL — Aladdin 
AN — Abner 
AO — Apollo 
AP— ABC- 

Paramount 
AQ — Antler 
AR — Arrow 
AT — Atlantic 
AU — Audicon 
AV — Arvee 
AW — Arwin 
AX— Apt 
BB — Back Beat 
BG — Bigtop 
Bl— Big B 
BN — Brent 
BO — Bomarc 
BR — Brunswick 
BS — Bullseye 
BT — Bethlehem 
CA — Capitol 
CB — Case 
CC — Carlton 
CD — Cadence 
CE— Coed 


CG — Challenge 
CH— Chess 
Cl — Climax 
CJ — Coin 
CK — Checker 
CL — Colonial 
CM— Cameo 
CN — Chancellor 
CO — Columbia 
CP— Colpix 
CQ — Crest 
CR— Coral 
CS— Class 
CT — Coronet 
CU— Cub 
CV — Canadian 
American 
CW — Carrollton 
CX — Calico 
CY — Crystalette 
CZ— Clock 
DA — Dana 
DD — Dale 
DE — Decca 
DF— Del Fi 
Dl — Disneyland 
DL — DeLuxe 
DM — Demon 
DN — Dolton 
DO — Dot 
DR — Dore 
DT — Dooto 


CODE: 


DU— Duke 
DY — Dynasty 
EM — Ember 
EN— End 
EP — Epic 
ER— Era 
EW— East-West 
EX— Excello 
FA — Fargo 
FD — Freedom 
FE — Federal 
FI — Fiesta 
FL — Flippin' 

FM — Fame 
FO — 20th-Fox 
FP— Flip 
FR — Fraternity 
FS — Felsted 
FT— First 
FU— Fury 
FW — Fernwood 
FX— Fox 
GA — Grand 
Award 
GD — Golden 
Crest 
GL — Glory 
GN— GNP 
GO — Gone 
GU-Guaranteed 


GY — Guyden 
HA — Hanover 
HE— Herald 
HI— Hi Fi 
HO— Hollywood 
HU— Hunt 
HY— Hickory 
IM — Imperial 
JA — Jamie 
JP — Jackpot 
JU— Jubilee 
JY— Joy 
JZ — Josie 
KA — Kapp 
KE— Keen 
Kl— King 
LA — Laurie 
LI — Liberty 
LK— Lark 
LN — Lancer 
LO — London 
LV — Love 
LU — Laurel 
MA— Madison 
ME — Mercury 
MF — Mayflower 
MG— MGM 
MK — Mark 
MN — Monument 
MO — Modern 


MT — Metro 
MX— Montel 
NA — Nasco 
NR— NRC 
OS — Original 
OK— Okeh 
OR — Oriole 
OT — Old Town 
PA — Paris 
PE — Peacock 
PF— Profile 
PH— Sam Phil- 
lips, Int. 
PL — Pallette 
PR — Parkway 
RA — Raynote 
RB— Ribbon 
RE — Rendezvous 
Rl— Rip 
RK— Rank 
RO — Roulette 
RP— RPM 
SA — Savoy 
SB — Sunbeam 
SC — Scepter 
SD — Sandy 
SE— Sue 
SF— Surf 
SG — Sage 
SH— Shad 
SI — Swingin' 

SL — Splash 


SN — Spann 
SO- — Studio 
SP — Specialty 
SR — Starday 
ST— Shan-Todd 
SU— Sun 
SW — Swan 
SX — Shasta 
SY — Signature 
SZ — Sphinx 
TD— Todd 
TE — Tender 
Tl— Tico 
TM— Time 
TN — 'Teen 
TP — TeePee 
TS — Testa 
TX — Tempus 
UA— United 
Artists 
UR — Unart 
VA — Vanguard 
VE— Verve 
VI— RCA Victor 
VJ — Vee Jay 
VS— Vista 
WA — Warwick 
WB — Warner 
Bros. 
WD— Word 
WO— Wonder 
WP— World 
Pacific 


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The Records 
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A SUMMARY OF REPORTS RECEIVED FROM NATION’S DISK JOCKEYS 


Last Week 


II 

Last Week 


l 

MACK THE KNIFE 

Bobby Darin (Atco) 

(2) 

21 

BATTLE OF 
KOOKAMONGA 

Homer & Jethro (RCA Victor) 

(22) 


THREE BELLS 

The Browns (RCA Victor) 

(1) 



2 

22 

THE ANGELS 
LISTENED IN 

(23) 

3 

('TIL) 1 KISSED YOU 

(4) 

Crests (Coed) 


Cverly Brothers (Cadence) 


23 

1 LOVES YOU PORGY 

(16) 

4 

I'M GONNA GET MARRIED (3) 

Nina Simone (Bethlehem) 

Lloyd Price (ABC Paramount) 


24 

MARY LOU 

(31) 

5 

SLEEPWALK 

(5) 

Ronnie Hawkins (Roulette) 

ll 

Santo & Johnny (Canadian American) 

25 

WHAT'D 1 SAY 

(18) 


PUT YOUR HEAD 


Ray Charles (Atlantic) 

6 

ON MY SHOULDER 

Paul Anka (ABC-Paramount) 

(9) 

26 

YOU WERE MINE 

Fireflies (Ribbon) 

(30) 







7 

BROKEN HEARTED 
MELODY 

Sarah Vaughan (Mercury) 

(6) 

27 

BABY TALK 

Jan & Dean (Dore) 

(21) 

8 

RED RIVER ROCK 

Johnny & Hurricanes (Warwick) 

(7) 

28 

1 AIN'T NEVER 

Webb Pierce (Decca) 

(27) 

9 

TEEN BEAT 

Sandy Nelson (Original) 

(14) 

29 

I'VE BEEN THERE 

Tommy Edwards (MGM) 

(32) 

10 

POISON IVY 

Coasters (Atco) 

(11) 

30 

I'M GONNA BE A 
WHEEL SOMEDAY 

Fats Domino (Imperial) 

(28) 







11 

MORGEN 

Ivo Robic (Laurie) 

(10) 

31 

DECK OF CARDS 

W ink Martindale (Dot) 

(50) 







12 

JUST ASK YOUR HEART 

Frankie Avalon (Chancellor) 

(12) 

32 

KISSIN' TIME 

Bobby Rydell (Cameo) 

(24) 







13 

1 WANT TO WALK 
YOU HOME 

Fats Domino (Imperial) 

(8) 

33 

LAVENDER BLUE 

Sammy Turner (Big Top) 

(20) 

14 

MR. BLUE 

Fleetwoods (Dolton) 

(26) 

34 

FOOL'S HALL OF FAME 

Pat Boone (Dot) 

(44) 

15 

PRIMROSE LANE 

Jerry Wallace (Challenge) 

(17) 

35 

IT WAS 1 

Skip & Flip (Brent) 

(33) 

16 

MAKIN' LOVE 

Floyd Robinson (RCA Victor) 

(13) 

36 

THANK YOU 
PRETTY BABY 

Brook Benton (Mercury) 

(35) 






17 

SEA OF LOVE 

Phil Phillips (Mercury) 

(15) 

37 

WORRIED MAN 

(67) 







18 

HEY LITTLE GIRL 

Dee Clark (Abner) 

(19) 

38 

DON'T YOU KNOW 

Della Reese (RCA Victor) 

(64) 






19 

LONELY STREET 

Andy Williams (Cadence) 

(29) 

39 

YOU'RE GONNA MISS ME 

Connie Francis (MGM) 

(43) 






20 

BATTLE HYMN 

OF THE REPUBLIC (25) 

Mormon Tabernacle Choir (Columbia) 

40 

DARLING, 1 LOVE YOU 

Al Martino (20th Fox) 

(48) 


41. Caribbean. 

42. The Mummy. 

43. Come On And Get Me. 

44. True True Happiness. 

45. What A Difference 

A Day Makes. 

46. Say Man. 

47. Midnight Flyer. 

48. My Own True Love. 

49. Love Potion #9. 

50. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do. 
51 Shout. 

52. A Big Hunk Of Love. 

53. Somethin' Else. 


54. Smile. 

55. There Goes My Baby. 

56. Got The Feeling. 

57. Living Doll. 

58. Robbin' The Cradle. 

59. With Open Arms. 

60. Seven Little Girls 

(Sitting In The Back Seat). 

61. Danny Boy. 

62. Where. 

63. Ski King. 

64. Boo Boo Stick Beat. 

65. You Better Know It. 

66. In The Mood. 


67. I Got Stripes. 

68. Just As Much As Ever. 

69. Misty. 

70. Some Kind — A Earthquake. 

71. Okeefenokee. 

72. Unforgettable. 

73. I'll Be Seeing You. 

74. Joey's Song. 

75. My Wish Came True. 

76. High Hopes. 

77. Everything I Have Is Yours. 

78. Enchanted Sea. 

79. Boogie Bear. 

80. Torquay. 


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NEW YORK: 


Bernie Binnick, Swan topper, up to tell all about the label’s current 
activity. In addition to all the action on Bobby Rydell’s newest duo, “We 
Got Love” and “I Dig Girls,” Swan has picked up two hot decks for national 
distribution. They’re “The Clouds” by the Spacemen on Julius Dixon’s Alton 
label (areas where the deck is already clicking stay with the Alton distribs) 
and “Midnight Stroll” by the Revels on the Norgolde banner. “Stroll,” in- 
cidentally was arranged and conducted by Harold Karr (co-cleffer of the 
“Happy Hunting” score) to show his kids that he’s not from ‘squaresville’. 

. . . Warner Bros, going all-out on both newcomer-to- 
the-diskery Lonnie Sattin and his debut effort, “Take 
Me Along”, the much-recorded title tune from the 
up-coming Bob Merrill musical. W.B.’s promo man, 
Jerry Simon, taking Lonnie around on a whirlwind 
plug tour of the east and mid-west. . . . Shawn 
Downey set to do his Bull Dog wax bow, “Through 
The Tender Years” and “A Tear Fell In The Chapel” 
on the 10/10 Ed Sullivan TV’er. . . . Jolly Joyce has 
just added Sandy “Teen Beat” Nelson to his touring 
“Million Record Sellers Review” which is currently on 
tour with Bill Haley, the Browns, the Virtues and 
Dave “Baby” Cortez. . . . Walter Blumberg letters 
that Mala’s new pactee, Tony Lawrence, was set to 
perform his wax debut, “Put De Money Where De 
Mouth Is” on the 9/28 Joe Franklin-WABC TV show 
and the 10/11, George Hudson, of WNJR-Newark, show at St. Nicholas Arena. 
. . . Both Fury’s topper, Bobby Robinson and promo man, Wally Roker, are con- 
vinced that they have a smash in Vinny & Kenny’s Fire (Fury-subsid) intro, 
“Schooltime”. . . . “T.J.” Tom Johnson no longer affiliated with M.B.S. Parties 
interested in contacting Tom can reach him via his Scarsdale phone #, 
SC-3-5567. . . . Carl Deane, brother of Marvin Deane (of the London family), 
now hooked up with Kapp. 



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Lee Gallo, who now handles Jubilee and Josie wax promo among his many 
other activities burning up the wires ’bout Sonny Til & the Orioles’ new 
pressing of their years back click, “Crying In The Chapel”, which has already 
broken into The Cash Box Top 100 chart. Sonny does the tune on Alan Freed’s 
9/26, Sat. nite WNEW-TV’er. He adds that the Four Tunes’ new performance 
of their short-while-back hit, “Marie”, is also kick- 
ing up a chart fuss. Side is in The Cash Box “Looking- 
Ahead” column, which debuted this week. . . . Another 
platter making the same column is Dorothy Collins’ 
Top Rank effort, “Everything I Have Is Yours”. 
Irv Trencher, indie promo & publicity man, plugging 
away on the Collins deck and a host of others that 
include A1 Martino’s “Darling, I Love You” (20th- 
Fox), the Fireballs’ “Torquay” (Top Rank), Joe 
Valino’s “Hidden Persuasion” (Crosley), the Mc- 
Guire Sisters’ “Compromise” (Coral) and Bobby 
Edge’s “12 O’Clock” on London’s new Centeaur label. 
Martino, incidentally, was up to the C.B. offices to 
introduce his wife, Gwendolyn, to the crew. ’Twas a 
dangerous move A1 — she’s goorjus! . . . Cindy & 
Lindy, whose latest Coral etching- is “Big Bells And 
Bongo Drums”, will appear in a pic musical, follow- 
ing their present successful Roxy Theatre stint. . . . 
Just received word that Madison’s new promo mgr., Ted Feigin, is really 
flippin’ over reaction to the Tassels’ newie, “To A Young Lover” and Hershel 
Thomas’ “That Old Place”. Madison head, Larry Uttal back in town after 
his recent, east coast-niid-west plug trek. . . . Keene’s promo rep, Bill Spitalsky, 
buzzes to info that the label is hot with Myron Lee’s “Come Back Baby" and 
“Baby Sittin’ ”, Lani Kai’s “I’m Gonna Leave My Heart At Home”, Sam 
Cooke’s newie, “There I’ve Said It Again” and the Echoes’ “Time” on the Keen 
affiliate, Andex. . . . Barbara Lantz, of Palladium Records, did a 9/26 Lew- 
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Audio Fidelity building special sound studios to record stereo ‘live’ at the 
Hi-Fi show which opens, 10/5, in N. Y. The Dukes 
of Dixieland, who have their own 10/6 opening 
at the Roundtable, will make an appearance at 
the Hi-Fi exhibit. AF’s Johnny Puleo & his f 
Harmonica Gang head for a 10/5-10/10 stanza 
in Birmingham, Ala. . . . Mercury’s Tina Scott 
makes a one-week stand at the Chanticleer in 
Baltimore. ... Ed Dambach, Arc prexy, an- 
nounced the signing of the Morty Wax National 
Promotion Network to handle Skip Milo’s “Jo 
Baby” and “What’s Wrong With Me”. Wax, 
meanwhile, added Dave Seigel (Columbus, Ohio), 
Sam Wigler (Miami, Fla.), Emil Iassogna (Conn.) 
and Robbie Buckley (Cleveland, Ohio) to his 
chain. . . . Jerry Tokofsky, of the William Morris Agency, back in civvies 
about 10/25, after his 6-month hitch with the Army Reserves. . . . Roulette’s 
Ronnie Hawkins, flying high with “Mary Lou”, reportedly broke all records 
at the Coq D’or in Toronto, Can. . . . Morris Diamond in to report that Paul 
Evans’ll do his “Seven Little Girls” Guaranteed click on the 10/3 Dick Clark’er 
and that Anita Bryant, showing up with her Carlton opus, “Six Boys And 
Seven Girls” (that makes 20 kids on both records) is recovering nicely from, 
her recent tonsil operation. Anita is already set for George Goebel’s premiery 
TV’er and she jest might land a permanent berth. . . . This week’s ‘birth 
record’ comes from Dave Hull, who handles the MC chores on the Chicago 
Bandstand show. Felicitations to Dave, wife Barbara and baby daughter, 
Janet. . . . Warwick’s Glen Covington continues his return engagement at 
N.Y.’s Copa Lounge thru Oct. . . . Avenue topper, Jack Tell, back from 
Europe with the acquired rights to the master of “Lederhosen” and the 
theme music from “Lucky Louie”. Jack and the Avenue staff’ll be sending 
the deck, from their new 1697 Broadway address, to distribs, come 10/15. 

. . . Fabian set for a 10/1 Pat Boone, ABC-TV stanza. . . . Barry Mamr 


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plugged his JDS bow, “All The Things You Are”, on last week’s Dick Clark 
outing. . . . Prize-winning New Orleans poetess Edna Walker-Malcoskey 
has signed with MGM to do an album of readings from her most recent book 
of love lyrics, “Not Now My Love”, published by Putnam’s. The book won 
the Long Island University Reader’s Workshop Poetry Award. Miss Mal- 
coskey’s poetry readings are well known in the South from her radio show, 


Jack Solinger, Music Distribs, is flying high over 
the tremendous reaction Jimmy Darren’s “James Dar- 
ren” LP received while makin’ the rounds in Chi 
last week. Jack sez to watch out for “Danny Boy” by 
Conway Twitty, which is already zooming on The 
Cash Box top 100 and an oldie “Alice Blue Gown” cut 
by LeRoy Holmes. . . . Stan Pat, RCA-Hugo & Luigi 
Productions, infos that he’s making the rounds with 
a smash disk titled “Goin’ To The Dogs” b/w “Stay- 
ing Young” (from the new Broadway musical “Take 
Me Along” with Jackie Gleason and Walter Pidgeon) 
by vocal lovely Carol Hughes. Stan sez a waxing that 
should strike it rich from H & L is “Canadian Sun- 
set” by The Impacts. . . . Morrie Price, Arnold Dis- 
tribs, tells us that “Lonely Moon” by Johnny Wells, 
“Teenie” by Johnny Oland and “Ingenue” by Eddie 
Morgan are all destined for the charts. . . . Paul Glass, 
Allstate Distribs, related to us that “I Don’t Know” 
by Ruth Brown is skedded for hitsville. Paul sez that Clyde McPhatter has 
done it again with “You Went Back On Your Word” (Atlantic) and “Sil- 
houettes” by The Parisians (Bullseye) will be a smash. Paul l’ecently re- 
turned from an enjoyable hunting trip and looks at fit as a fox. . . . Ralph 
Cox, promo man for Roulette Records, is flippin’ over “I Ain’t Sharin’ Sharon” 
by Buddy Knox. Ralph informed us that the Rock-A-Teens (“Whoo Ho”) were 
in Chi last week makin’ the rounds. . . . Vic Feraci, M.S. Distribs, is raving- 
over “But Not For Me” by Ella Fitzgerald (Verve) and “If I Had A Girl” by 
Jerry Keller, (Kapp). Vic also tells us that a newie by Bobby Rydell titled 
“We Got Love” on the Cameo label has received ti’emendous reaction through- 
out the country and will start zooming to the charts very shortly. . . . Ernie 
and George Leaner, United Record Distribs, are all smiles these days after 
listening to “The Clouds” by The Spacemen, “Tennessee Waltz” by Bobby 
Comstock, (Blaze), and “Someone Else, Not Me” by Bobby Doyle (Back 
Beat). The boys tell us that all three disks are really doin’ great. . . The I 


“Quest For Beauty”, 

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8th annual Hi-Fidelity Stereo Show at the Palmer House Hotel was a tremen- 
dous success, according to Sid Frey, prexy of Audio Fidelity Records. Tony 
Galgano & Rube Lawrence, Record Distribs, Jerry 
Zuekerman, Norman Hess, The Dukes of Dixieland, 
and a troop of Flamenco dancers were some of the 
many who attended the gala showing. 

* sjs * * * 

Paul Baio, Decca Records, almost got torn to 
shreds last week when Rock Hudson came to town. 
The kids went wild over Rock, who has a disk titled 
“Pillow Talk” which according to Paul will be a chart 
rider. . . . E. G. Abner, Vee-Jay-Abner Records, can’t 
sit still thinking about Don Schroeder’s debut disk 
titled “Melanie” which according to Ab is the end. 
Ab tells us that 10/19 Priscilla Bowman, Harold Bur- 
rage, The Spaniels and Jimmy Reed and ork. will be 
in attendance in Philadelphia along with Kae Wil- 
liams of radio station WDAS. . . . Henry Friedman, 
prexy of Midwest-Mercury Record Distribs, is all 
aglow over “So Many Ways” by Brook Benton, “Un- 
forgettable” by Dinah Washington, and “Studola Pumpa” by Russ Carlyle. 

. . . Earl Glicken, Tobin Sales, tells us that Gloria Smith who is on the World 
Pacific label is appearing at Mister Kelly’s and is a smash. Earl also reports 
that The Coachmen LP is receiving tremendous action. . . . Max Cooperstein, 
Chess Producing Corp., is all excited over “Liza Jane” by Dale Hawkins, 
“My Childhood Sweetheart” by Chuck Berry and “Harbor Lights” by Seymour 
and His Heartbeat Trumpet. . . . Eddie Yalowitz, Garmisa Distribs, has really 
been busy but had time to tell us that “It Could Be” by Skip & Flip and 
“Pretend” by Carl Mann are going to be movin’. . . . Jack White and Harold 
Davis, Warner Bros. Records, info that they received fantastic reaction from 
hundreds of people who attended the Hi-Fidelity show last week concerning 
their stereo listening- post. The boys tell us that the 
platters to keep an eye on are “Road Hog” by Johnny 
Zoro, “Carnivalito” by Warren Barker, “Sugar Blues” 
by Ira Ironstrings and Tab Hunter’s “Our Love”. . . . 
Morty Wax, national promo man, in a very clever 
ways tells us that “My Little Grass Shack In Keala-- 
kekua, Hawaii” on the Epic label is a flip. . . . Carl 
Jones, prexy of C. J. Records, is raving over a newie 
titled “I Need You” b/w “Jumping At Cadillac” re- 
corded by Mack Simmons. ... Jim Davis, Verve 
promo man phoned to tell us that reports from his 
five week tour shows a tremendous increase on LP 
sales, which makes him a very happy man. 

LOS ANGELES: 

Station KRLA, Pasadena, picked Della Reese’s 
RCA waxing “Don’t You Know,” as the ‘Disk to 
Click’. . . . Bacon-Johnson Assoc, have been inked 
by the Hi-Lo’s for West Coast promotion, and are currently working on the 
group’s new Columbia single “Goody, Goody”. . . . Mrs. Max Tobias, mother 
of songwriter Harry Tobias, passed away last week at the age of 84. . . . 
Abe Glaser, all excited about the new Rock-a-Teens outing “Woo-Hoo,” 
states it could be the biggest disk yet to hit the Roulette label. . . . The 

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annual KLAC Charity Show at the Hollywood Bowl, which was again attended 
by a near sell-out crowd, featured many top names in show business including 
Bob Hope, Danny Thomas and Milton Berle. . . . Little 5-year-old pianist 
Ginny Tiu, discovered recently in Hong Kong, getting immediate Coast re- 
action to her initial Era package, “All This and Ginny Tiu”. . . . The Kingston 
Trio is looking for their next million seller in their current Capitol waxing, 
“A Worried Man”. . . . Margie Rayburn’s just released Liberty LP titled 
simply, “Margie,” features the songstress warbling mostly old standards, with 
the exception of one, “Hurry, My Love,” penned by her spouse, Norm Malkin. 

. . . A1 Chapman, of Modern Distributors, reports 
action on the Teddy Tyle album of Glenn Miller 
- __ Favorites done in modern rock-and-roll style done on 

Golden Crest Records. . . . Challenge Records topper, 
W rf f fljM L B Johnny Thompson, elated over an upswing in sales 

T jP* 1 m ■ on the Jerry Wallace package, “Just Jerry,” attrib- 

r p | uted to Jerry’s current click single, “Primrose Lane”. 

. . , Jack Marshall composing and arranging a new 
Capitol LP for singer Mavis Rivers. . . . American 
International Records manager Don Leon, announces 
A1 Simms has been promoted to A & R head, succeed- 
ing Jimmy Maddin. . . . Actress-singer Constance 
Towers winging to New York over the week-end for 
a week of personal appearances, to tub-thump new 
pic “Captain Buffalo.” While there she plans to 
huddle with UA Records execs to discuss her second 
LP for the company. 



LITTLE MAC 




According to Cecil “Count” Carter, Floyd Hender- 
son’s Triangle slice, “Tenderly,” is Pick of the Week on station 690, San 
Diego, and Challenge of the Week on KGFJ, L.A. . . . Liberty Records recently 
hosted a press-deejay party at the Interlude honoring Martin Denny’s debut at 
the nitery. Denny is currently getting deejay action with his “The Enchanted 
Sea” deck. . . . Della Reese opening at the Cloister 10/2 for a two week stint. 
. . . Sonny James swings with a fresh new style on his latest Capitol pairing 
“Who Next In Line” b/w “Red Mud”. . . . To introduce new KLAC person- 
alities Louis Nye, Jim Backus and Louis Quinn, the radio station hosted a 
press party recently at the Beverly Hills Hotel. . . . The First Annual Jazz 
Festival at the Hollywood Bowl, running two evening performances 10/2-3, 
will feature such names as Count Basie, Sarah Vaughan, Billy Eckstine, 
George Shearing, Shorty Rogers and Bobby Darin. 
. . . Composer Ned Miller has turned vocalist for 
Jackpot Records, singing “The Girl on the Second 
Moon,” which he also penned. . . . The Conference 
of Personal Managers West had its first meeting 
for the new year recently with the newly elected 
officers, headed by prexy Red Doff, presiding. . . . 
Actress-singer Darla Hood on an Eastern promo-tour 
plugging her current Raynote coupling, “Only Yours” 
and “Silent Island”. . . . Chuck Landis, Club Largo 
owner, producing - an album of burlesque music re- 
corded at the nitery, featuring the George DeCarl 
ork. . . . Edi Domingo’s debut Dot slice, “One Rain 
Drop” and “Subito,” is already winning attention 
from the deejays on the Coast. . . . Jim Warren’s 
Central Record Sales distributing the new Blaze label, 
which is off to a good start with Bobby Comstock’s 
recording of “Tennessee Waltz”. . . . Deejay Frank 
Pollock moved from KDAY to KRLA, Los Angeles. . . . Inferno Records starts 
the ball rolling with the release of “Ukulele Mambo” b/w ‘ Isle Of Love 
by thrush Carmen, with the Don Ralke ork providing the backdrop . . . 
Sycamore Records is planning a solid promo push on the debut platter ot 
Mexican songstress Dorita, “Kiss, Kiss, Kiss” and “I Don t Want You Any- 
more” (out this week). . . . Special promo attention also goes to Warner 
Bros.’ “Road Hog” b/w “Camel Train,” the master of which the label 
bought after the deck was released in L.A. by an indie diskery. . . . Writer 
Marian Kaye, active again after a long illness, is currently represented with 
“From These Roots” by Buddy Ace (brother of the late Johnny Ace) on the 
Fidelity label. . . . Big fete last week (25) for the first western showing 

of “F.B.I. Story” at the Hollywood Paramount 
Theatre. Showing was preceded by an in-person 
appearance of organist Dave Bacal and a noon- 
time luncheon at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. 



MARGIE RAYBURN 



MIRACLES 


HERE AND THERE: 

PHILADELPHIA— Top single and LP sellers 
at Chips last week were “In The Mood” by Ernie 
Field (Rendezvous) and “Scheherajazz” (Somer- 
set), respectively. The firm’s put the “hit” tag 
on the Buddy Clinton Time issue, “Across The 
Street From Your House.” . . . .20th Fox execs 
Henry Onorati and Lou Del Guercio paid a visit to 
Ed Barsky distribs last week. Over there, they’re 
excited with the Liberty David Seville-Chipmunks’ LP, “Let’s All Sing With The 
Chipmunks.” Liberty’s Jo London in town (24) to promote his first release it 
Might Have Been.” . . . Crosley Records reports noise on the Joe Valmo 
outing, “Hidden Persuasion.” Joe recently was re-pacted to the lab®h JNew 
group at Crosley is Rosco & His Little Green Men, debuting with Danem 
At The Rathskeller.” . . . DETROIT— The Miracles, currently on tour, have 
entered chartdom with their “Bad Girl” issue on Chess (a master puichase 
from this town’s “Motown” label). . . . SHREVEPORT— Two disks shaie 
the best-selling 1 rung at Stans Record Shop: “Red River Rock (Johnny 
the Hurricanes) and “Mack The Knife” (Bobby Darin). Other items going 
strong for Stan are these Imperial entries: Sammy Salvos Atraid ; ^rnie 
Freeman’s “Always With You” and Percy Mayfield’s My Heart Is A 
Prisoner.” Looking “tremendous” is “All Nite Long (Part 2) on the Ron 
label . . Don Pierce, Starday Records head, is partner in two music hrms, 

each of which has a click opus in its catalog. Kamar which Don runs with 
Eddie Shuler, has “Sea Of Love,” while Bayou State (Shelby Singleton work- 
ing with Don) publishes “Johnny Ret).” 


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Sure 

Shots 


The Cosh Box "Sure Shots" highlight records which reports from retail dealers through- 
out the nation indicate are either already beginning to sell in quantity or else give 
every sign of doing so. 


"SOME KIND-A 
EARTHQUAKE' 


Pick of the Week 


9/19 


Duane Eddy Jamie 1130 


UNFORGETTABLE ' 

Dinah Washington 


Pick of the Week 


9/26 


Mercury 71508 


ENCHANTED SEA 1 

Islanders 

Martin Denny . 


’WOO-HOO' 


Rock-A-Teens 


Best Bet 


Pick of the Week 


9/5 

9/26 


Mayflower 1 6 
Liberty 55212 


Best Bet 


9/5 


Roulette 3515 


POCO LOCO ' 


Gene & Eunice 


Award o' the Week 


8/1 


Case 1001 


BOO BOO STICK BEAT' 

Chet Atkins 


RCA Victor 7589 


7 DON'T KNOW' 

Ruth Brown 


Pick of the Week 


8 22 


Atlantic 2035 


"MISTY" 

Johnny Mathis 

"BELIEVE ME' 

Royal Teens 


Pick of the Week 


9/26 


Columbia 41483 


Pick of the Week 9/5 


Capitol 4261 



LOOKING 

AHEAD 


A compilation, in order of strength, 
of up and coming records showing 
signs of breaking into The Cash Box 
Top 100. List is compiled from retail 
outlets. 


THERE COMES A TIME 

Jack Scott (Carlton 519) 


PLENTY GOOD LOVIN' 

Connie Francis (MGM 1 2824) 


DON'T TAKE THE STARS 

Mystics (Laurie 3038) 


IF I GIVE MY HEART TO YOU 

Kitty Kallen (Columbia 41483) 


8 


CLOUDS 

Spacemen (Alton 2S4) 


MARIE 

Four Tunes (Jubilee 6000) 


STORY OF OUR LOVE 

Johnny Mathis (Columbia 41483) 


FIRST LOVE, FIRST TEARS 

Duane Eddy (Jamie 1130) 


ARE YOU SORRY 

Joni James (MGM 12828) 


10 


11 


MY BABY'S GOT SOUL 

Larry Williams (Chess 1736) 


DOUBLE EAGLE ROCK 

Champs (Challenge 59053) 


12 


BRIGHTEST WISHING STAR 

Pat Boone (Dot 15982) 


|2 CLOUD NINE 


Bill Justis (Phillips 3744) 


14 


15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 


AFRAID 

Sammy Salvo (Imperial 5615) 


HEARTACHES BY THE NUMBER 

Guy Mitchell (Columbia 41476) 


MY CHILDHOOD SWEETHEART 

Chuck Berry (Chess 1737) 


EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS 

Dorothy Collins (Top Rank 2013) 


CUTE LITTLE WAYS 

Hank Ballard & Midnighters (King 5245) 


GROWIN' PRETTIER 

Johnny October (Capitol 4267) 


DON'T LEAVE ME 

Mary Johnson (United Artists 185) 


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t os Sfh “Operation Dealer 

lapport” Program of 1959 


NSW YORK — London’s sixth “Op- 
eration Dealer Support” program of 
1959 has a “no risk— no investment” 
feature covering the label’s new Fall 
LP releases. 

The deal centers around classical 
and pop “prepacks” (43 classics, 50 
pop) and dealers who purchase intact 
one and/or both “prepacks” receive 
the following program benefits: 100% 
Exchange Privilege: Any LP’s pur- 
chased on this program may be ex- 
changed for any other LP’s in the 
London catalog, effective Jan. 1, 1960, 
terminating Feb. 28, 1960; Payment: 
one-third each, Nov. 10, Dec. 10, Jan. 
10, 1960 — with 2% discount. 

The “classics prepack” contains 35 
stereo LP’s and 8 monaural. Dealer 
cost is $135.97 — with a suggested 
retail value of $219.14. The “popular 



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prepack” contains 21 stereos and 29 
monaurals. Dealer cost is $138.38— 
with a suggested retail price of $223. 
New pop entries include a two-disk 
Mantovani set, “All American Show- 
case” and Edmundo Ros’ “More Ros 
On Broadway.” 


LP To Tell Story 
Behind ‘‘Music Man” 

HOLLYWOOD — In a new long- 
playing album to be released next 
month by Capitol Records, Meredith 
Willson will turn back the clock nearly 
three years and tell the story of how 
he sold his hit Broadway musical, 
“The Music Man,” to producer Ker- 
mit Bloomgarden. 

The album, titled “And Then I 
Wrote ‘The Music Man,’” features 
Willson and his wife Rinni in an 
intimate review of “Music Man” as 
they auditioned it for Bloomgarden 
in his apartment one December day 
in 1956. 

Exactly one year later, “The Mu- 
sic Man” opened at the Majestic Thea- 
tre in New York, and is now about 
to go into its third year on Broad- 
way; its second on the road. 

According to Capitol A & R vice 
president Lloyd W. Dunn, “And 
Then I Wrote ‘The Music Man’ ” will 
be the first recording in history to 
receive simultaneous promotion from 
a current Broadway hit, a best-selling 
original-cast album, and a hard cover 
book. 

The book, “But He Doesn’t Know 
the Territory,” to be published next 
month by G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New 
York, is Willson’s literary version 
of his experiences in writing and 
selling his first Broadway musical 
comedy. 

Commenting on the album, Dunn 
said: “Taken together with our origi- 
nal-cast album of ‘The Music Man,’ 
Meredith’s new recording constitutes 
a unique documentation of the steps 
involved in putting together and sell- 
ing a Broadway show.” 


Mayflower Sets World Rights 
For “Enchanted Sea” 


NEW YORK— The Mayflower label, 
which introduced “The Enchanted 
Sea” by the Islanders has consum- 
mated agreements for world distribu- 
tion of the hit release. 

The Rank International Cooperative 
will handle the disk for the entire 
world with the exception of Australia 
and New Zealand. These two terri- 
tories will be covered by W & G 
Processing in Australia. 

World wide publishing rights to the 
song have been assigned to Mills 
Music. The song was written by 
Frank Metis and Randy Starr who 
also produced the original Mayflower 
recording. 



Columbia Issues Bruno Walter Set 
Featuring Beethoven’s 9 Symphonies 


NEW YORK — Columbia Records 
has just released a seven-disk pack- 
age of Beethoven’s nine symphonies — 
Bruno Walter conducting the Colum- 
bia Symphony ork — and the label 
has mapped out an extensive adver- 
tising-promotional campaign on its 
behalf. 

The disks are boxed in a fabric con- 
tainer and included is a Beethoven 
Reader, a forty-eight-page booklet of 
drawings of the composer and Bee- 
thoven info written by famed musi- 
cians from Beethoven’s time to the 
present. Set retails at $41.98 in 
stereo, $34.98 in monaural (all nine 
symphonies from the set are also 
available on single disks) . 

Advertising will include full page, 
full color ads in national “quality” 
mags. In New York, the package will 
be featured during the entire month 
of October on all Columbia advertis- 
ing on long-hair station WQXR. 

Dealer window display material in- 
cludes : a 36 by 24 display featuring a 
charcoal sketch of Walter and a full- 
color die-cut grouping of the deluxe 
package, the Beethoven Reader and 
Beethoven statuette (see photo 
above) ; full-color die-cut grouping for 
counter (or window) display; 10 by 16 
silk banners with gold cord suspen- 
sion heralding “an historic event” on | 


Columbia Masterworks ; accordion fold 
booklet with a cover that picks up 
theme of main display. 

A special twelve-inch rehearsal 
record has been requested by key 
classical AM and FM stations for 
feature programming. It will con- 
tain choice samplings of the “wis- 
dom and wit” of Walter recorded 
during actual rehearsals. 

For the first thirty days only there 
wiil be a special price incentive for 
dealers. 

During October there will be win- 
dow display contests on the package, 
one on a local level, the other na- 
tional (local prize is a Polaroid 
camera, national is Columbia 1045 ra- 
dio-phono). Also during October, 
salesmen will be eligible for prizes 
on the basis of sales performance. A 
Columbia 1045 will be given to the 
salesman who does the best job against 
assigned quota (sales manager of 
distributor or branch gets a phono 
for the most outstanding perform- 
ance against total distributor or 
branch quota) . There will also be 
eleven runner-up prizes (Polaroid 
camera) to those salesmen who do 
the most outstanding sales perform- 
ance against assigned quota in their 
entire districts 


Victor’s Hugo & Luigi 
Sign Carol Hughes 

NEW YORK — Carol Hughes, 17- 
vear-old songstress, has been signed 
to an exclusive RCA Victor recording 
contract by the Victor producing team 
of Hugo & Luigi, it was announced by 
them last week. 

Miss Hughes renews an alliance she 
had with the A&R team when they 
were at Roulette. 

Her first release under the H&L 
banner, released this week, is “Stay- 
ing Young” from the upcoming Bob 
Merrill Broadway show, “Take Me 
Along,” b/w “Going to the Dogs,” 
also penned by Merrill. 

According to Hugo & Luigi’s pro- 
motion chief, Mike Collier, “The boys 
firmly believe that with the right ma- 
terial Miss Hughes can become one of 
the nation’s top artists. 

“She’s coming in at the right time, 
too,” added Collier, “as we’re hot with 
Della Reese’s ‘Don’t You Know’ and 
the Isley Brothers’ ‘Shout.’ ” 


“Miss Exotica” 



LOS ANGELES — Martin Denny, 
Sandra Warner (“Miss Exotica”) and 


Liberty Records’ vice president A1 
Bennett at a recent press reception 
for Denny hosted by Liberty at the 
Interlude, this city, where Denny and 
his group are currently appearing. 
Miss Warner, who appears on the 
covers of all Denny albums, is hold- 
ing a copy of Denny’s best-selling 
“Exotica” LP. Denny’s latest Liberty 
album is “Exotica” Volume 3. 


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Platter 

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ALL ABOUT DISK JOCKEYS 


Paul Drew ( WGST-Atlanta) and Ben Mayo ( WGAC-Augusta) co-hosted 
the 13th monthly regional Musicaster Programming Conference at the Variety 
Club atop the Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta, Ga., 9/27. National Recording Company 
prexy Bill Lowery feted the musicasters to a cocktail 
party following the meeting. . . . Marty Faye (WAAF- 
Chicago) tells us that “good music” is definitely 
coming back, as evidenced by the terrific response 
his 6-8 AM show has been getting since he initiated 
this format. . . . Also from the Windy City comes 
word that Sig Sakowicz (WHFC) has been invited 
to perform in the Perlberg-Seaton Paramount flick, 
“The Rat Race,” starring Tony Curtis and Debbie 
Reynolds. Milwaukee is the current scene of flick’s 
shooting. . . . Congrats to Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Byrd 
( WSRC-Durham, N.C.) on the birth of Tonya Yvette. 
. . . Stan Mirin ( WBAX-Wilkes-Barre, Pa.) spins 
mostly r&b via his “Cannonball Show,” but isn’t get- 
ting good service from local distrihs. Stan recently 
emceed a hop in Wilkes-Barre which featured Joe 
Nardone. 1,350 kids turned out. . . . Dick Phillips 
( WEVA-Emporia, Va.) is in town for ten days. Says 
his arrival in New York was pushed off the front pages by Khrushchev’s 
visit. . . . Red Weiss, prexy of South Shore Broadcasting, disclosed that the 
transmitter for Long Island’s newest radio station, WBIC, has been completed 
at Islip, L.I. Studios at Bayshore are also nearing- completion as station 
prepares to begin operations soon. . . . Larry Gar ( WLBG-Laurens, S.C.) 
moves into new time slots. He’s heard weekday mornings and Saturday 
afternoon. . . . Bob Martin ( WABY-Albany, N.Y.) infos that the Passions, 
Freddie Bell, Don Press, the Delicates and Eddie Morgan combined to give 
the area one of its biggest shows. . . . A1 Collins (WINS-New York) is giving 
away 250 silver dollars to the listener who comes closest to guessing the 
exact time the N.Y. temperature drops to the freezing point (32 degrees). . . . 
WJBW-New Orleans is offering Premier Khrushchev a disk jockey exchange — 
they will send Jim Mack in return for a Russian DJ, both of whom will 
demonstrate the type of programming available in each other’s country. . . . 
Sterling Yates, who does a weekly jazz show via KDKA-FM-Pittsburgh, was 
chosen to emcee the touring Newport Jazz Festival 
Show in his city. Featui-ed are Anita O’Day, George 
Shearing and Thelonious Monk. 

* * * * * 

Tiny Markle, KFSD-San Diego deejay and PD, 
premiered the west coast edition of his qrk at a recent 
concert with the Four Freshmen at the Russ Audi- 
torium, San Diego. Markle’s ork has been a New 
England campus favorite for the past five years and 
the new 16-man crew should become a west coast 
success. . . . WNEW has donated 60 public service 
announcements to the joint campaign of the New 
York City Fire Department and the Fire Under- 
writers to promote fire prevention. . . . KNEW-Spo- 
kane reports a novel twist in the spot-news-for-cash 
calls. Seems a recent teen victim of an auto crash 
called in to report the accident herself. . . . Decca’s 
Florida distrib, Brooke Distributors, Miami, is con- 
ducting a 14 city deejay listener contest in conjunction with Carl Dobkins’ 

“If You Don’t Want My Lovin” (What Do You Want?) Listeners are to 

write in telling what they want. Top five winners in each city receives Carl’s 

new LP with the Florida winner to get his (or her) wish come true. . . . 

Another interesting contest with deejay’s on the receiving end is the one 
being run by Milwaukee’s travel agencies. People taking the agencies’ special 
Jamaican tour will vote for the DJ they would like to accompany them. Winning 
spinner gets the free trip. Lee Rothman (WRIT PD) tells us that his staff 
is going all-out for the big money. . . . Herb Graham (WAIT-Chicago) did 
an Italian character role in Herschel Lewis’ film, “The Prime Time”. 


VITAL STATISTICS: 

Barry Stigers is the new program director at WMNS-Olean, N.Y. 
replacing Carole Hardy, who left for WEBR-Buffalo. . . . Ray Stevens 
leaves WAQE-Baltimore to join CKGM-Mon- 
treal 10/1. . . . Don Davis, billed as the “Big 
D” is spinning swinging wax for WMCA-New 
York, Sundays, noon-5 PM. . . . Dave Saar, 
formerly PD and music dii’ector at WSPT- 
Stevens Point, Wise., is now setting up a Top 
40 format at KDIO-Ortonville, Minn. . . . Harry 
Chapman has exited KOAT-TV-Albuquerque to 
join the staff of KMGM, same city. . . . Jerry 
Lee moved from KOKE-Austin, Tex. to KICN- 
Denver. . . . Another Star station, KISN-Port- 
land, infos that Mike Western is doing the 3-7 
PM stint. . . . Jack Meves made the move from 
KMED-Medford, Ore. to KKID-Pendleton, Ore. 
. . . New staffers at WJBW-New Orleans are 
Dave Van Horn (from WHYE-Roanoke, Va.) 
and Lance Knight. . . . John M. McRae has been 
appointed general manager of KDWB-Minne- 
apolis. . . . Mass changes were announced when KVI-Seattle moved into 
new quarters in the Tower Bldg., 7th & Olive, and ownership was 
acquired by Golden West Broadcasters. Fred Von Hofen (formerly 
KGW-Portland) heads the operation as VP and general manager; Gibbs 
Lincoln (formerly KING-Seattle) is ass’t. general manager; Bob Ritchey 
has been upped to operations manager and Bob Wood (formerly KING) 
is music director. The new DJ staff includes Jerry Dexter, Bob Salter, 
Dale Starkey, “Hardwick”, Bob MacDonald and Rod Hammett, in that 
order thru the day. KFMB-San Diego, a jazz station, announced that 
Bill Price and “Newton” are two new deejays at the AM-FM outlet. 



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TINY MARKLE 
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iRA COOK 

KMPC — Los Angeles, Calif. 

1, Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Three Bells (Browns) 

3- Don't You Know (D. Reese) 

4. Thank You Pretty Baby 

(B. Benton) 

5. Battle Hymn Of The Republic 

(Mormon Tabernacle Choir) 
6* What A Difference A Day 
Makes (D. Washington) 

7. I'll Never Fall In Love Again 

(J. Ray) 

8. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

9. High Hopes (F. Sinatra) 

10- A Worried Man 

(Kingston Trio) 


JACK MURPHY 
WRUN— Utica, N. Y. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

3. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

4. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

5. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

6. Just Ask Your Heart/Two 

Fools (F. Avalon) 

7. 8 Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

8. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

9. Morgen (I. Robic) 

10. You're Gonna Miss Me/Plenty 
Good Lovin' (C. Francis) 


STAN MAJOR 
WIRL— Peoria, ill. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

3. Three Bells (Browns) 

4. Makin' Love (F. Robinson) 

5. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

6. Living Doll (C. Richards) 

7. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

8. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

9. Just Ask Your Heart 

(F. Avalon) 

10,. I'm Gonna Be A Wheel 

(F. Domino) 


GARY K. SMITH 
WBRU— Providence, R. I. 

1. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

2. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

3. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

5. You Were Mine (Fireflies) 

6. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

7. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

8. The Angels Listened In 

(Crests) 

9. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

10. You're Gonna Miss Me 

(C. Francis) 


GENE CREASY 
WGH— Norfolk, Va. 

1. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

2 . I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

3. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

4. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

5. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

6. Three Bells (Browns) 

7. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

8. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

9. There's Something On Your 

Mind (B. J. McNeely) 

10. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 


NORM BEEBE 
WACT — Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

1. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

2. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

3. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

5. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

6.. I'm Gonna Be A Wheel 

(F. Domino) 

7. Say Man (B. Diddley) 

8. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

9. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

10. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 


MILTON Q. FORD 
WOL — Washington, D. C. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. I'll Be Seeing You 

(Poni-Tails) 

3. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

4. That's The Story Of My Life 

(J. Leslie) 

5. The Years Between (Gorme) 

6. Small World (J. Mathis) 

7. This Is Goodbye (S. Dennis) 

8. Battle Hymn Of The Republic 

(Mormon Tabernacle Choir) 

9. Lies (T. Randazzo) 

10. What I Don't Know Won't 
Hurt Me (J. James) 


DICK ELLIOT 
WJJD— Chicago, III. 

1. Three Bells (Browns/Flood) 

2. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

3. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

4. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

5. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

6. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

7. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

8. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

9. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

10 Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 


JOHNNY SAX 
WBAY — Green Bay, Wise. 

1. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

2. It Was I (Skip & Flip) 

3. My Wish Came True (Presley) 

4. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

5. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

6. Makin' Love (F. Robinson) 

7. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

8. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

9. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

10. Put You Head On My 
Shoulder (P. Anka) 



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REGIONAL RECORD REPORTS 


HOWIE PROMER 
WCFR — Springfield, Vt. 

1. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

2. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

3. Makin' Love (F. Robinson) 

4. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

5. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

6. True True Happiness 

(J. Tillotson) 

7. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

8. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 

9. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

10. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 


GENE DIDUCH 
WJOJ— Lake City, S. C. 

1. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

2. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

3. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

4. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

5. Three Bells (Browns) 

6. The Angels Listened In 

(Crests) 

7. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

8. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

9. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

10. Don't Ever Leave Me (Anka) 


BOB CAPPS 
KOY — Phoenix, Ariz. 

1. Battle Hymn Of The Republic 

(Mormon Tabernacle Choir) 

2. Brightest Wishing Star 

(P. Boone) 

3. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

4. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

5. San Miguel (Kingston Trio) 

6. Seven Little Girls (P. Evans) 

7. Inspiration (D. Day) 

8. I Wonder Where My Baby Is 

Tonight (I. Ironstrings) 

9. Tucumcari (J. Rodgers) 

10. Three Bells (D. Flood) 


JERRY CHAPMAN & 
BERNIE HERMAN 

WIRE — Indianapolis, Ind. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

3. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

4. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

5. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

6. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

7. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

8. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

9. Baby Talk (Jan & Dean) 

10. Thank You Pretty Baby 

(B. Benton) 


STEVE O'CONNOR 
WEAV — Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

1. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

2. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

3. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. With Open Arms (Morgan) 

5. True True Happiness 

(J. Tillotson) 

6. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

7. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

8. Three Bells (D. Flood) 

9. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

10. Worried Man (Kingston Trio) 


JIMMY BELL 

KEYS — Corpus Christi, Tex. 

1. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

2. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

3. The Angels Listened In 

(Crests) 

4. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

5. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

6. Runing Bear (Preston) 

7. Mary Lou (R. Hawkins) 

8. Angel Face (J. Darren) 

9. I Cried (J. Damiano) 

10. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 


JOE MURRAY 
WLEE — Richmond, Va. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

3. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

4. I'm Gonna Be A Wheel 

(F. Domino) 

5. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

6. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

7. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

8. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

9. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

10. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 


BILL GALLANT 
CJSS — Cornwall, Ont., Can. 

1. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

2. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

3. Somethin' Else (E. Cochran) 

4. Boo Boo Stick Beat (Atkins) 

5. Mary Lou (R. Hawkins) 

6. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

7. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

8. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

9. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

10. Battle Of Kookamonga 

(Homer & Jethro) 


NICK ROBINSON 
WARE — Ware, Mass. 

1. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 

2. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

3. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

4. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

5. Just As Much As Ever 

(B. Beckham) 

6. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

7. Baby Talk (Jan & Dean) 

8. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

9. It Was I (Skip & Flip) 

10. Waltz Me Around (Johnson) 


PAUL COWLEY 
WKLO — Louisville, Ky. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Lavender Blue (S. Turner) 

3. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

4. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

5. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

6. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

7. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

8. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

9. There Goes My Baby 

(Drifters) 

10. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 


MIKE HOPKINS 
CKY — Winnipeg, Man., Can. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

3. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 

4. Three Bells (Browns) 

5. Worried Man (Kingston Trio) 

6. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

7. Morgen (I. Robic) 

8. Lavender Blue (S. Turner) 

9. Just As Much As Ever 

(B. Beckham) 

10. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 


KENNY LEE 
WMNS — Olean, N. Y. 

1. Darling I Love You (Martino) 

2. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

3. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

4. Three Bells (Browns) 

5. Next In Line (5. James) 

6. Boo Boo Stick Beat (Atkins) 

7. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

3. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 
9. So Close To My Heart 

(K. Linden) 

10. Battle Of Kookamonga 

(Homer & Jethro) 


PAUL CHRISTY 
WCDL — Carbondale, Pa. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

3. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

4. Three Bells (Browns) 

5. I've Been There (Edwards) 

6. Morgen (R. Maltby) 

7. You're Gonna Miss Me 

(C. Francis) 

8. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

9. I'll Never Fall In Love 

Again (J. Ray) 

10. Unforgettable (Washington) 


DAVE SCOTT 
KQV — Pittsburgh, Pa. 

1. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

2. Mack The Knife (B Darin) 

3. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

4. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

5. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

6. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

7. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

8. Three Bells (Browns) 

9. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 
10. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 


BOB GORDON 
WKBR — Manchester, N. H. 

1. I'm Confessin' 

(Prima & Smith) 

2. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

3. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

4. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

5. Teenagers Blues (D. Caruso) 

6. Seven Little Girls (P. Evans) 

7. Miss Lonely Hearts (Stevens) 

8. Misty (J. Mathis) 

9. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 
10. There Goes My Love 

(Fantastics) 


LONNY STARR 
WNEW— New York, N. Y. 

1. If I Give My Heart To You 

(K. Kallen) 

2. Battle Of Kookamonga 

(Homer & Jethro) 

3. Loving You (L. Lawrence) 

4. Lonely Moon (J. Wells) 

5. Dear Someone (J. Restivo) 

6. Deck Of Cards (Martindale) 

7. Sempre Amore (D. Cornell) 

8. La Shabla (D. Roma) 

9. Alice Blue Gown (Holmes) 

10. Everything I Have Is Yours 

(D. Collins) 


LUIS CABERO 
XENK— Mexico, D. F, 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

3. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

4. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

5. Passion Flower (B. Darnell) 

6. Morgen (I. Robic) 

7. A Big Hunk Of Love (Presley) 

8. Here Comes Summer (Keller) 

9. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

10. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 


GEORGIE KLEIN 
WHEY — Memphis, Tenn. 

1. Lovestruck (J. McGill) 

2. Three Bells (Browns) 

3. Just For A Moment 

(M. Maharrey) 

4. Deck Of Cards (Martindale) 

5. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 

6. Slap Happy (J. Elrod) 

7. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

8. I Wanna Make Sweet Love 

(J. McGill) 

9. 706 Union (B. Suggs) 

10. Mystery Train (V. Taylor) 


LIL' PHIL 

KIHO — Sioux Falls, S. D. 

1. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

2. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

3. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

4. Moraen (I. Robic) 

5. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

6. Three Bells (Browns) 

7. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

8. Kissin' Time (B. Rydell) 

9. I Loves You Porgy (Simone) 

10. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 


BILL SCHULTZ 
WTWT — Tallahassee, Fla. 

1. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

2. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 
3 Misty (J. Mathis) 

4. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

5. I Loves You Porgy (Simone) 

6. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

7. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

8. Three Bells (Browns) 

9. I've Been There (Edwards) 
10. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 


FREEMAN HOVER 
KEYZ — Williston, N. D. 

1. Boo Boo Stick Beat (Atkins) 

2. Three Bells (Browns) 

3. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

4. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

5. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

6. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

7. Somethin' Else (E. Cochran) 

8. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

9. Baby Talk (Jan & Dean) 

10. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 


JACK CHADDERTON 
WHIL-Medford-Boston, Mass. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Deck Of Cards (Martindale) 

3. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

5. Three Bells (Browns) 

6. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 

7. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

8. Where (Platters) 

9. You're Gonna Miss Me 

(C. Francis) 

10. Smile (T. Bennett) 


DAVE MAYNARD 
WBZ — Boston, Mass. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

3. Deck Of Cards (Martindale) 

4. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 

5. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

6. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

7. Battle Hymn Of The Republic 

(Mormon Tabernacle Choir) 

8. That's The Way I Am (Sands) 

9. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

10. My Own True Love (Clanton) 


GEORGE COSTA 
WALE — Fall River, Mass. 

1. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

2. You Were Mine (Fireflies) 

3. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

4. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

5. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

6. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 

7. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

8. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

9. Mary Lou (R. Hawkins) 

10. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 


MIKE BOOTH 
WKXY — Sarasota, Fla. 

1 . Morgen (I. Robic) 

2. Three Bells (Browns) 

3. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

4. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

5. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

6. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

7. Thank You Pretty Baby 

(B. Benton) 

8. I've Been There (Edwards) 

9. Makin' Love (F. Robinson) 

10. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 


JOHNNY FAIRCHILD 
K-EZY — Anaheim, Calif. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 

3. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. Deck Of Cards (Martindale) 

5. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

6. Three Bells (Browns) 

7. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

8. Everything I Have Is Yours 

(D. Collins) 

9. Baby Talk (Jan & Dean) 

10. Billy Boy's Tune (3 Graces) 


ROBB THOMAS 
WEMP — Milwaukee, Wise, 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

3. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. Primrose Lane (J, Wallace) 

5. Morgen (I. Robic) 

6. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

7. Mary Lou (R. Hawkins) 

8. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

9. You're Gonna Miss Me 

(C. Francis) 

10. Woo-Hoo (Rock-A-Teens) 


DON HOPSON 
KLRA — Little Rock, 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Sleepwalk (San 8 , Johnny) 

3. Till I Kissed Ycl. Everlys) 

4. Mack The Knife Darin) 

5. Morgen (I. Robic) 

6. With Open Arms (Morgan) 

7. Caribbean (M. Toro* 

8. I've Been There (Edwards) 

9. Lonely Street (A. Wisl^ms) 

10. Battle Hymn Of The ReptL'n: 

(Mormon Tabernacle Choir' 


PETE SMITH 
KRKD — Pasadena, Calif. 

■ Billy Bey's Tune (3 Graces) 

2. If 5 Give My Heart (Kallen) 

3. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 

4. A Big Hunk Of Love (Presley) 

5. Angel Face (J. Darren) 

6. Overnight (B. Smith) 

7. What Is Love (Playmates) 

| ft. Till There Was You (Bryant) 
j . . It Started With A Kiss 

(D. Reynolds) 
efrty My Angel (J. Fuller) 


BRUCE ALLEN 
KBLI — Blackfoot, Idaho 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. I Cried (J. Domiano) 

3. Kissin' Time (B. Rydell) 

4. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

5. Fools Hall Of Fame (Boone) 

6. With Open Arms (Morgan) 

7. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 

8. Young In Years (Diamonds) 

9. Oh Carol (N. Sedaka) 

10. Battle Hymn Of The Republic 
(Mormon Tabernacle Choir) 


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Please keep us constantly 


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PROGRAM DIRECTORS, LIBRARIANS— 
rued of any changes in call letters or title. 


GENE KAYE 
WAEB — Allentown, Pa. 

1. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 

2. Okeefenokee (F. Cannon) 

3. Darling I Love You (Martino) 

4. Got The Feeling (Fabian) 

5. Kissin' Time (B. Rydell) 

6. Oh Carol (N. Sedaka) 

7. Shout (Isley Bros.) 

8. Deck Of Cards (Martindale) 

9. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

10. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 


BILL BENTLEY 
KTLQ — Tahlequah, Okla. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

3. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

4. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

5. Mack The Knife (B, Darin) 

6. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

7. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Huricanes) 

8. Morgen (I. Robic) 

9. My Own True Love (Clanton) 
10. I Loves You Porgy (Simone) 


DENNIS HUNT 
KSIR — Wichita, Kans. 

1. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

2. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

3. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

5. Somethin' Else (Cochran) 

6. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

7. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

8. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

9. Three Bells (Flood/Browns) 

10. My Wish Came True (Presley) 


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Disk 

Jockey 


RON CURTIS 
WHEN — Syracuse, N. Y. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

3. I've Been There (Edwards) 

4. What A Difference A Day 

Makes (D. Washington) 

5. 1 Loves You Porgy (Simone) 

6. Thank You Pretty Baby 

(B. Benton) 

7. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

8. Morgen (1. Robic) 

9. Till There Was You (Bryant) 
10. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

F. L. "DID" DWYER 
KLMO — Longmont, Colo. 

1. Tres Chic (G. Gilmore) 

2. Charlie Weaver Sings For 

His People (C. Weaver) LP 

3. Till There Was You (Bryant) 

4. Smile (T. Bennett) 

5. Lies (T. Randazzo) 

6. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

7. I'm Confession' 

(Prima & Smith) 

8. You're Gonna Miss Me 

(C. Francis) 
9 Fools Hall Of Fame (Boone) 
10. My Prayer/Cry 

(Knightsbridge Strings) 

GENE DAVIS 
KWK — St. Louis, Mo. 

1. Three Bells (Flood/Browns) 

2. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

3. Sea Of Love (P, Phillips) 

4. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

5. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

6. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

7. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 

8. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

9. 1 Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

10. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

PAUL COBURN 
KWIC— Salt Lake City, Utah 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Morgen (1. Robic) 

3. Smile (T. Bennett) 

4. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

5. Three Bells (Browns) 

6. Battle Hymn Of The Republic 

(Mormon Tabernacle Choir) 

7. Just Ask Your Heart 

(F. Sinatra) 

8. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

9. Put Your Heed On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

10. High Hopes (F. Sinatra) 

JIM NELLY & TOM LEWIS 
KBRC — Mt. Vernon, Wash. 

1. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

2. Three Bells (Browns) 

3. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

4. Sleepwalk (Santo S Johnny) 

5. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

6. Broken Hearted Melody 

_ . (S. Vaughan) 

7. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

8. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

9. 1 Loves You Porgy (Simone) 
10. 1 Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

LARRY BROWNELL 
WKBW — Buffalo, N. Y. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

3. Morgen (1. Robic) 

4. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

5. The Mummy 

(McFadden & Dor) 

6. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

7. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

8. You're Gonna Miss Me 

(C. Francis) 

9. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 
10. 1 Loves You Porgy (Simone) 

JACK KAREY 
WCFL— Chicago, III. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Three Bells (Browns) 

3. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

4. Battle Hymn Of The Republic 

(Mormon Tabernacle Choir) 

5. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

6. Don't You Know (D. Reese) 

7. A Worried Man 

(Kingston Trio) 

8. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

9. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

10. Studola Pumpa (R. Carlyle) 

ED FLYNN 
WKCB— Berlin, N. H. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

3. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

4. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

5. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

6. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

7 . Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

8. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

9. Baby Talk (Jan & Dean) 

10. 1 Want To Walk You Home 
(F. Domino) 

PHIL MCLEAN 
WERE — Cleveland, Ohio 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

3. You Were Mine (Fireflies) 

4. Some Kind Of Earthquake 

(D. Eddy) 

5. Misty (J. Mathis) 

6. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

7. Seven Little Girls (Evans) 

8. Lonesome Whistle 

(J. Armstrong) 

9. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

10. Story Of My Life (J. Leslie) 

DAVE MILLAN 
WKNX — Saginaw, Mich. 

1. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

2. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

3. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

4. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

5. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

6. Caribbean (M. Torok) 

7. Battle Of Kookamonga 

(Homer & Jethro) 

8. Mary Lou (R. Hawkins) 

9. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

10. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

GARY OWENS 
KEWB — San Francisco, Calif. 

1. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

2. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

3. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

4. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

5. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

6. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

7. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

8. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

9. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 
l°.J)eck_ Q f Cards_(Martindale) 

KENNY MERCER 
WMFJ — Daytona Beach, Fla. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Three Bells (Browns) 

3. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. 1 Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

5. I've Been There (T. Edwards) 

6. 1 Ain't Never (Four Preps) 

7. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

8. Got A Feeling (Fabian) 

9. Caribbean (M. Torok) 

10. True True Happiness 

(J. Tillotson) 

NEIL MCINTYRE 
WHK — Cleveland, Ohio 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

3. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

4. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

5. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

6. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 

7. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

8. Mary Lou (R. Hawkins) 

9. You Were Mine (Fireflies) 
10. Seven Little Girls (P. Evans) 

SID NOEL 

WWL — New Orleans, La. 

1. You Were Mine (Fireflies) 

2. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

3. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

4. 1 Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

5. Lavender Blue (S. Turner) 

6. What'd 1 Say (R. Charles) 

7. My Heart's An Open Book 

(C. Dobkins Jr.) 

8. A Big Hunk Of Love (Presley) 

9. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

10. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

H. DUANE WADSWORTH 
KELP — El Paso, Texas 

1. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

2. Let The Sun Shine In My 

Life (J. Otis) 

3. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

4. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

5. Come And Get It (Peterson) 

6. One More Sunrise (Uggams) 

7. Roaches (J. Larson) 

8. That's The Way 1 Am (Sands) 

9. A Girl's Work Is Never Done 

(Chordettes) 
10. Teenagers Blues (D. Caruso) 

MIKE ALPREN 
WCOU — Lewiston, Me. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

3. Three Bells (Browns) 

4. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

5. If 1 Had A Girl (J. Keller) 

6. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

7. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 

8. Ciao Ciao Bambino (Noguez) 

9. Lotta Good Lovin' (Francis) 
10. Hot Spot (B. Bryant) 

DICK "OL' DAD" TAYLOR 
CHED — Edmonton, Alto.. Can. 

1 . Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Broken Hearted Melody 

_ .... (S. Vaughan) 

3. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

5. I'm Gonna Get Married (Price) 

6. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

7. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 

8. Morgen (1. Robic) 

9. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

10. Robbin' The Cradle (Bellus) 

BILL WATSON 
KXOA — Sacramento, Calif. 

1. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

2. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

3. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

4. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 

5. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

6. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 

7. In The Mood (E. Field) 

8. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

9. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

10. Morgen (1. Robic) 

ELLIOT FIELD 
KFWB — Hollywood, Calif. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

3. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. In The Mood (E. Fields) 

5. Poco Loco (Gene & Eunice) 

6. I've Been There (Edwards) 

7. Morgen (I. Robic) 

8. Primrose Lane (J. Wallace) 

9. Three Bells (Browns) 

10. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

MARTY GREEN 
WSGS — Chicago, III. 

1. Talk To Me (F. Sinatra) 

2. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

3. The Clouds (Spacemen) 

4. First Name Initial (Annette) 

5. Brightest Wishing Star 

(P. Boone) 

6. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

7. Just Ask Your Heart (Avalon) 

8. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

9. Little Girl (S. Zetner) 

10. Oh Carol (N. Sedaka) 

DICK BROWN 
WHYE — Roanoke, Va. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

3. Till 1 Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

5. Hey Little Girl (D, Clark) 

6. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

7. 1 Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

8. Kissin' Time (B. Rydell) 

9. Darling 1 Love You (Martino) 
10. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 


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“Off We Go...” 



and Me . tro recording manager, Leroy Holmes (inside 
R f / 7'J Ie ” nea ,“’ 111 . charge of country & western recording for 
IGM and its subsidiaries (entering plane), prepare to embark on a cross- 
country flight to promote the MGM, Cub and Metro labels 
. Holmes, an ex-Navy pilot makes numerous flights throughout the year 
visiting distributors, disk jockeys, one-stops and dealers. He’s currently 
concentrating on his latest release, “Alice Blue Gown” on the MGM label. 


Dinah’s New Look 


HOLLYWOOD — Fans of Dinah 
Shore are discovering a new vocal 
lock on her Capitol LP debut, “Dinah, 
Yes Indeed” and here’s the story be- 
hind her styling on the set. 

Capitol’s Voyle Gilmore, producer 
of the package, in planning the lark’s 
Capitol bow, decided that three things 
had to be done: first, the songs Miss 
Shore sang in the album — the maj'ority 
of them, at least — had to swing. For 
change-of-pace, there would be some 
ballad but, for the most part, Gilmore 
wanted lots of rhythm; Gilmore also 
felt that the artist should lower her 
voice a bit, a slight change in style 
that neatly fitted the repertoire he 
and Miss Shore had chosen for the 
album. To accomplish this, Gilmore 
later instructed arranger-conductor 
Nelson Riddle to drop the key from a 
half to a full tone on most of the 
tunes; lastly, the exec wanted the 
album to have a relaxed, free-swing- 
ing mood and — with the exception of 
a four-song ballad medley, Miss Shore 
v T ould swing. 

When it came time for Riddle to 
start on the arrangements, rather 
than work directly with Dinah on 
each song, it was agreed that she 
and Riddle would discuss the gen- 
eral “feeling” they wanted, then 
Riddle would work independently and 
come up with a fresh, new sound for 
the performer. 

Said Gilmore after the recording 
last May: “Dinah sang better on 
those dates than I’ve ever heard her 
sing before.” 


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Operate Own 
Sets Up A&R Dept. 


PHILADELPHIA— Harry Finfer, 
president of Jamie and Guyden Rec- 
ords, announced last week that effec- 
tive immediately he has taken over the 
national distribution of his own labels. 
For the past two years the Gone 
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Finfer gave among the reasons, the 
“remarkable growth of the Jamie and 
Guyden labels” and he felt that it 
would be more effective that the dis- 
tribution be handled by the manufac- 
turer. Finfer also stated that his sev- 
erance with George Goldner of Gone 
was made very amicable and further 
stated, “Goldner played a major part 
through his able sales in the success 
of the labels.” 

In line with the change, Jamie and 
Guyden has acquired a complete A&R 
department which will include, Lester 
Sill, Lee Hazelwood, Fabor Robinson 
and Bob Taylor. 

“Name'’ artists are in the process of 
being signed and will be announced 
shortly. 

Enlarged office space has been taken 
at 1330 W. Girard Ave. in Philadel- 
phia to handle the new program of 
distribution. 

Jamie-Guyden has had a consistent 
chain of hit records since entering the 
business. Included among these are 
the Duane Eddy singles and albums 
in addition to many others. 

“Staccato” LP Issued 


HOLLYWOOD— “Staccato,” an al- 
bum by Elmer Bernstein, featuring 
music he composed for the soundtrack 
of the television show of the same 
title, will be released this week by 
Capitol Records. 

In the “Staccato” album, Bernstein 
performs the themes that are heard as 
actual backgrounds in the new TV 
series. 

Bernstein is generally recognized 
as one of the artists who — with his 
score for “The Man With the Golden 
Ann” — started the practice of using 
modern jazz as theme and background 
music for motion pictures and tele- 
vision programs. He won an Academy 
Award nomination for the “Golden 
Arm” score. 

To record “Staccato,” Bernstein 
used three separate groups: a comho 
comprising a rhythm section plus vi- 
bes and a trumpet; a small band con- 
sisting of rhythm, vibes, two trump- 
ets, two trombones and three reeds; 
and a big, swinging 25-piece hand. 

“Staccato” stars John Cassavetes 
and Eduardo Cianelli and is seen 
Thursdays over the NBC Television 
network. 

Guaranteed Pacts DeMarco 


NEW YORK — Guaranteed Records, 
the Carlton affiliate, last week re- 
vealed that it had pacted 17-year-old 
songster Ralph DeMarco to a term 
contract. Artist’s manager is Jim 
Gribble, who handles the currently 
hot Mystics and Passions. 

Build-up for DeMarco (“I am not 
a rock ’n’ roller”) includes a four- 
color sleeve for his first Guaranteed 
single (titles were not disclosed), 
tours of top deejays and visits with 
dealers and distribs. The diskery also 
announced “definite commitments” to 
two movie outfits for screen tests in 
early December. 




Canadian Capers 



CONWAY TWITTY 


IN TOWN THIS WEEK . . . Jill Corey makes her first appearance in 
Toronto at the Frontenac Arms Hotel, following the successful six days 
with Roy Hamilton. . . . Down at the Town Tavern, Red Norvo still holding 
forth for a second week. ... In the Country and Western field . . . the Horse- 
shoe Tavern brings Hawkshaw Hawkins in for six days, then Marvin Rain- 
water for six days. Looks as though this kind of music is finally going to 
get a chance in Toronto. 

IN RECORD LAND . . . Toronto . . . Bob Martin leaving this week-end 
for a western Canada trip, reports that “Battle Hymn 
of the Republic” going like wildfire, also getting great 
reaction to “The Eyes of God” by Leslie Uggams. 
Bob also reports that the “Gunfighter” LP by Marty 
Robbins getting a lot of air play around the town. 
. . . Quality’s Dan Bass tells us the order desk is 
jumping with orders on the Morgan “Danny Boy” by 
Conway Twitty and “Foci’s Hall of Fame” by Pat 
Boone. Dan sez also that his new “Showstoppers” LP 
by David Carroll on Mercury getting lots of spins 
around the country. . . . Lee Farley reports that 
everything swinging with “Mr. Blue,” “In The Mood” 
by Ernie Fields, and “Teen Beat” the hottest items 
on the boards. . . . Wink Martindale’s “Deck Of 
Cards,” according to Ed Houston, CKEY music direc- 
tor, has caused quite a lot of phone action at the 
station. Phone calls came in for three hours after the 
preem playing of the disk, and since then Quality 
has been swamped by orders on same. . . . Todd Armstrong at Apex happy 
over the movement of “Lonely Street” by Andy Williams . . . and of course 
“Mary Lou” by Ronnie Hawkins still standing up to all competition for the 
rockingest, sellingest deck in town. . . . Jack Feeney, just leaving tor a road 
trip reports that the “Sing Along” LP’s moving- at a tremendous clip, with 
Chet Atkins’ “Hum and Strum Along” featured on several stations this week. 
Also Jack renorts that his fastest breaking single is “The Battle of Ivooka- 
monga” by Homer and Jethro, followed by “Oh Carol” by Neil Sedaka. . . . 
Jack Boswell phoned in with happy tidings that the newie on Carlton, “Seven 
Little Girls,” breaking wide open all over the country, and that between 
this and the Audio Fidelity fall plan and the Kapp Fall plan going great 
guns he hasn’t got time to visit all his good friends throughout the business. 
IN RECORD LAND . . . Winnipeg . . . CY radio reports that the fastest 
items moving in its market are “Mack The Knife,” “Gonna Be A Wheel Some 
Day,” “Velvet Waters,” “Baby Talk,” and “Kissin’ Time,” all of which have 
been moving very fast during the last two weeks. . . . Saskatoon . . . “Makin’ 
Love” by Floyd Robins still leads the way as the fastest breaking record 
in the West . . . followed by “Morgen” and the Paul Anka deck of “Put Your 
Head On My Shoulder.” . . . Vancouver . . . Knox Coupland very happy with 
the “Battle of Kookamonga” which continues as the best bet for the biggest 
breaking record RCA has had in many, many moons, also in the Vancouver 
market, “Worried Man” by the Kingston Trio showing uo strong and “Don’t 
You Know” by Della Reese. As in other markets the “Battle Hymn of the 
Republic” remains the most outstanding deck to break through into the hit 
parade. 


Kenton, Christy, Freshmen 
On 40-City Concert Tour 

HOLLYWOOD— The Stan Kenton 
Show- — starring the big Kenton band, 
June Christy and The Four Freshmen 
— kicked off a 40-city concert tour last 
week (25) at the Copa Club in New- 
port, Ky. 

Following a three-night “break-in” 
at the Copa Club, The Stan Kenton 
Show will travel by bus through more 
than 15 states, performing at col- 
leges and civic auditoriums. 

One of the highlights of the tour 
will be a “live” recording session of 
the entire show. The recording will 
be made either at the Kiel Opera 
House in St. Louis (10/9) or Purdue 
University (10/10). Capitol A&R 
producers Voyle Gilmore and Lee Gil- 
lette will fly from Hollywood to su- 
pervise recording activities. No date 
has been set for release of the album. 

Joni Gets Platinum LP 


HOLLYWOOD— MGM Records has 
awarded Joni James a platinum LP 
disk for having sold t\vo million al- 
bums on the MGM label. 

The presentation was made by Dick 
Clark on the Sept. 19 edition of his 
show. 

Calico Enters LP Field 


Offbeat Releases 2 LP’s 


NEW YORK— Offbeat Records of- 
fers two LP’s for October. They are 
jazz guitarist Charlie Byrd’s second 
LP for the label, “Byrd In the Wind” 
and “Pieces of Eight,” the third Ju- 
lius Monk revue at New York’s Up- 
stairs At the Downstairs nitery cut on 
Offbeat (the others were “Take Five” 
and “Demi-Dozen”) . 

A further Byrd LP is due in about 
two months. He has also recorded as 
a classical guitarist for the diskery’s 
affiliate, Washington Records. 


1 1 


Sign Here Please” 


PITTSBURGH— Calico Records re- 
vealed last week that it is entering the 
LP field. Its first album will feature 
the Skyliners, who scored with a 
single recently, “Since I Don’t Have 
You.” 

At the same time the diskery an- 
nounced that it has moved into new 
quarters at 1011 Plaza Building, this 
city. 



LOS ANGELES — Pretty Linda 
Leigh signs a recording contract with 
American International Records while 
diskery toppers James H. Nicholson, 
Ronald E. Leon and Samuel Z. ArkofF 
look on. 


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Australian 

Action 


nf ml just on e weelc on the market here, the Homer & Jethro R.C.A. single 
ot The Battle of Kookamonga” is heading for the top of all sales charts 
throughout Australia. There is a possibility it might come under a broadcast 
restriction on some of our radio stations. 

Lee 1 ^ ordon Records Pty. LtcL, who seem to have been plagued by distribu- 
tor problems over the past several months, have reached an agreement where- 
by h estival Records will handle national distribution of the Lee Gordon 
labels. Lee Gordon will continue to control the selection of material to be 
issued. Among the first releases being distributed by Festival under the new 
set-up is the new Diana Trask single “Soldier Won’t You Marrv Me’’ and 
“Lover Is Another Name For Fool”. 

* * * * * 

The daily press hit us between the eyes this morning with the surprising 
news that Elvis Presley has rejected the $300,000 
five-day tour offer made to him for next year by 
promoter Lee Gordon. It was made fairly clear some 
weeks ago that an agreement had been signed be- 
tween Presley and Gordon to stage a series of shows 
following Presley’s release from the Army. At the 
time of writing Lee Gordon was not available for 
comment on the situation. 

***** 



THE GRADUATES 


E.M.I. recording artists, The Luton Girls’ Choir 
are at present touring Australia with great success. 
This organization operates on a charity basis and 
over the past twenty years has raised something like 
£64,000 sterling which has been given to various de- 
serving organizations. The Choir in the United King- 
dom numbers 112 voices but only 47 girls were 
selected for this Australian tour under the leader- 
MRir T . . s1 \ of th< r ir musical director, Mr. Arthur Davies, 

M.B.E 1 he youngest member touring Australia is aged fourteen To tie in 

e n tit 1 ed 6 ‘ “D e vo t i o^’^ ' haVG reIeased on the Columbia label a special 12" LP 


„ * E ' M \ L i!f u " c i h , ed t ^ el J r campaign for the Variety Club Series with a re- 
ception held at their Sydney headquarters for press, radio and N.S.W. dealers 
This new series at 39/6 is for 12" LP material on H.M.V., Columbia and Par- 
dassTcs tojazz and t0 compnses some twenty-eight varied releases from 


■ * * * * * 

A new vocal group creating favorable impressions and comments is The 
Graduates. Three boys and a girl, Bill Venables, Peter Paige, Nancy 
Eichorn and Pat McClusky. The group makes its recording debut this 
week with a hit single “Sweet Chile” and “Summertime” on the Pacific label, 
a subsidiary of Australian Record Company who handle the Coronet label 
in this country — which carries the American Columbia material. The Graduates 
are widely popular in Sydney and Melbourne as a result of their regular radio 
and TV appearances and particularly through the Channel-2 “Six O ’Clock 
Rock” show. Their first disk release should set them up as a nation-wide 
attraction. 

* * * * * 

Radio Station 3DB has appointed teenage entertainer Rod McLennan as 
its star disk-joekey to fill the gap when vocalist Ernie Sigley left the station 
to prepare for an overseas trip. In addition to handling the 3DB Top 40 and 
hit parade sessions, McLennan will also compere the Pop Concert series that 
the station conducts for lunch-time crowds at the Melbourne Town Hall. 

W & G subsidiary, Gem Records, who release the lowest priced 12" LP 
products on the open market, have issued a four-12" LP set of Handel’s “Mes- 
siah” which retails at £7.7.0. This set, packaged in a strong four-color box, 
features The London Philharmonic Choir and The London Orchestra con- 
ducted by Walter Susskind with top class featured soloists. The set is drawn 
from the American Somerset label. 



Governor’s Reception 


AUSTRALIA — His Excellency, The Governor of Queensland Sir Henry 
Abel Smith and Lady May greeting members of the Luton Girls’ Choir be- 
fore a reception which the Governor gave for the girls at Government House, 
Brisbane. 

Mr. E. Davies, M.B.E.. Musical Director of The Luton Girls’ Choir is seen 
introducing the girls to His Excellency. 


Cosnat Chain Offers Dealer; 
New Dated Billing Plan 

New Cincinnati Branch To Open In October 


NEW YORK — Jerry Blaine, presi- 
dent of the Cosnat Distribution Chain 
last week announced a most ambitious 
credit plan designed to permit the 
dealer to stock Cosnat distributed al- 
bums in greater depth via a deferred 
billing arrangement. 

Called the DSBA (Dealers Special 
Buying Account) the plan offers the 
dealer an installment plan arrange- 
ment whereby he pays for his records 
over a five month period. 

• Says Blaine, Cosnat distributoi's 
represent independent record manu- 
facturers who often cannot make 
available to dealers a deferred bill- 
ing arrangement. Since 80% of Cos- 
nat’s business is made up of albums 
we have devised DSBA to help the 
dealer stock in greater depth and in 
greater quantity and offer his custom- 
er greater variety and selectivity. If 
dealers have time to pay-as-they-sell 
Cosnat albums, they will stock greater 
quantities of our merchandise and 
a? a result must increase our business 
too.” 

The plan operates as follows: A 
dealer becomes a DSBA member by 
agreeing to purchase a minimum of 
$300 worth of albums in any given 
month. Assuming that he purchases 
$300 worth of albums for October, 
he can pay out the $300 sum over a 
five month period by making his first 
payment of 20% of the amount by 
Novemebr 10, 20% by December 10th. 
and so on until by March 10th the en- 
t'me sum is paid in full. Blaine made 
it clear that there are absolutely no 
interest charges for this service. 

Should the dealer sell out his stock 
before the tenth of November and de- 
sire to pay the amount in full before 
that date, he may deduct his 2% dis- 
count. But should he desire to invest 
in another minimum album order of 
$300, he can do so and have two DSBA 
orders working at the same time; one 
expiring in March and the new one 
expiring in April. 

Blaine specified that dealers will 
be given every benefit manufacturers 
arc offering when an order is placed. 
When a manufacturer is offering deal- 
ers a 10% or 20% discount during 
a Fall Plan, Christmas Plan, etc., the 
discounts will be passed along to the 
DSBA member. 

“We have tested this plan in a 
number of markets,” said Blaine, “and 
dealers just love it. The DSBA plan 
applies only to album product and 
we expect, if dealer enthusiam is any 
indication, to increase our annual al- 
bum dollar volume by more than $2,- 
500,000. The dealer has absolutely 
nothing to lose since he has under 
DSBA a 100% exchange privilege. It 


is imperative that every distributor 
help the dealer grow and prosper in 
business. This is one way in which 
we at Cosnat intend to help the 
dealer.” 

Two banks have financed Cosnat to 
the tune of $1,000,000 to start the 
DSBA Plan rolling. 

Simultaneous with the introduction 
of the DSBA plan, Blaine announced 
that he is opening a new branch in 
Cincinnati before the end of October. 
He also revealed that in the near 
future he hopes to open branches in 
Chicago, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, 
Boston, Baltimore and Washington. 



RECORDS 

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Album Reviews 






“EVERY TIME I FEEL THE SPIRIT”— 
Nat King Cole with the First Church of 
Deliverance Choir directed by Gordon Jen- 
kins — Capitol W 1249 & Stereo SW 1249 
Cole’s first album of spirituals reveals 
a heretofore hidden facet of his great tal- 
ents — the ability to expressively communi- 
cate religious music. Singing a collection 
of spirituals, gospel hymns, blues, Cole is 
excitingly supported by the fine choir. Num- 
bers include “Ain’t Gonna Study War No 
More,” “In the Sweet By and By,” “Nobody 
Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen” and “Oh, 
Mary, Don’t You Weep.” Can meet with 
commercial success. 



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“TIME TO SWING” — Dakota Staton — 
Capitol T 1241 & Stereo ST 1241 

With her pop selling attraction firmly 
established, Miss Staton’s latest date should 
follow the chart path laid by “Crazy He 
Calls Me.” She sings “But Not For Me,” 
“The Best Thing For You,” “Avalon,” “The 
Song is You” and eight others. She’s backed 
ably by a reed-accented group with an 
especially hot rhythm section, arranged ex- 
plosively by Sid Feller. Big item. 


“ELLA FITZGERALD SINGS SWEET 
SONGS FOR SWINGERS” — Verve MG 
V-4032 

Twelve superior evergreens provide the 
1st lady of song with able vehicles for her 
magnificent singing style. With Frank 
DeVol’s arranging-conducting skill in sup- 
port, Miss Fitzgerald vivaciously swings 
such lovelies as “Let’s Fall In Love,” “I 
Remember You,” “Out of this World” and 
“East of the Sun.” Another great LP ses- 
sion by Ella. 



“WHITE GODDESS”— Frank Hunter and his 
Orchestra — Kapp KL 1136 & Stereo KS 3019 
Unusual sound is a big factor in the attrac- 
tiveness of this album. Hunter has turned out an 
intriguing session of exotic music using such 
songs as “Poinciana,” “Jungle Fantasy” and 
“Jungle Drums” as the melodic basis for his 
rhythmic delvings. The instrumentation is also 
unique: it includes marimba, xylophone, bazimba, 
vibes plus assorted rhythm — log drums, tambour- 
ines, etc. A natural for sales in light of the cur- 
rent Martin Denny and Arthur Lyman successes. 


“JUN’GALA” — Marty Wilson and his Orchestra 
— Warner Bros. B 1326 & Stereo BS 1326 

Marty Wilson, in the role of arranger-conduc- 
tor-composer-musician (his flute is featured 
throughout), creates an exotic atmosphere by 
combining pulsating rhythms, rich harmonic tex- 
ture of the ork, and his almost voice-like flute 
sound. Tunes such as “Jungle Fantasy,” “Babalu,” 
“Harlem Nocturne” and “Manteca” provide the 
perfect melodic lines upon which Wilson builds 
his sensuous sounds. Can become a popular item. 


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“MY VERY GOOD FRIENDS THE BANDLEAD- 
ERS” — Ted Heath and his Music — London LL 
3127 (Monaural & Stereo) 

The English maestro’s tribute to famous Amer- 
ican bandleaders and the songs made famous by 
them comes off as one of the better of such sets, 
mainly due to the band’s ability to swing, and 
to swing with a measured abandon that makes 
it palpable to many tastes. Sides are “Sing Sing 
Sing,” “One O’Olock Jump,” “Take The ‘A’ Train,” 
“When It’s Sleepy Time Down South” and “Cher- 
okee.” Deck with much appeal. 


“THEREBY HANGS A TALE” — Eddy Arnold 
—RCA Victor LPM 2036 

Eddy Arnold’s smooth vocal tones grace this 
session of folk tales — some traditional folk songs, 
some more recent additions to Americana. Fea- 
tured is Arnold’s current dual mart hit, “Tennes- 
see Stud.” Others include “Jesse James,” “The 
Wreck of the Old ’97” and “Nellie Sits A-Wait- 
inV' Fine collection of folk favorites; can move 
on strength of Arnold’s popularity. 


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“MARGIE” — Margie Rayburn — Liberty LST 7126 
(Monaural & Stereo) 

The “I’m Available” thrush’s first LP shows 
off talents of hers not heard before on wax. She 
displays a vivacious swing quality (“Almost Like 
Being in Love,” “Should I,” “Day In, Day Out”) 
as well as a pro ballad approach on such items as 
“Body and Soul” and “The Man I Love.” Russ 
Garcia batoned most of the date. Deck is a 
strong entry. 



“THE GREAT SOUND OF LES ELGART”— 
Columbia CL 1350 (Monaural & Stereo) 

Elgart’s inventive arrangements, which makes 
extensive use of interplay between the brass and 
reed sections, provides many exciting listening 
moments as well as wonderful dance music, its 
primary purpose. The tunes subjected to Elgart’s 
probing technique here include “Cherokee,” “ ’Deed 
I Do,” “When I Take My Sugar To Tea” and 
“Pick Yourself Up.” Artistic and thoroughly en- 
joyable package. 



“ LONELY VILLE” — The Nervous Beat — The 
Creed Taylor Orchestra — ABC Paramount ABC 
308 & Stereo ABCS 308 

A studio ork composed of some top jazzmen 
(George Duvivier, Phil Woods, Jermone Richard- 
son, Jimmy Cleveland, Frank Rehak, and others) 
operating with Bob Kenyon’s arrangements, turns 
out an album of “jazz based” rock and roll music. 
Some of the solo work has a little value as jazz 
but the set is a hard driving r&r dance session. 
In line with the trend toward dramatic TV and 
film jazz, this LP could find much favor with 
teenagers. 






“IT SEEMS LIKE ONLY YESTERDAY”— Hal 
McIntyre and his Orchestra — Roulette R 25079 
Memories of the big band era, when the late 
maestro reigned as a favorite, are recalled via 
this newly recorded session. The band swings at 
an easy going gait, as it once did. Jeanne McMan- 
nus vocalizes a la the past era and the tunes 
are also holdovers from that period. Among them 
are “Yesterdays,” “Take the ‘A’ Train,” “Should 
I” and “Imagination.” Nostalgia with dancing 
appeal. 


“I LOVE A GUITAR” — Billy Byrd — Warner Bros. 
W 1327 & Stereo WS 1327 

Byrd, for the past ten years featured guitarist 
with Ernest Tubb, solos on LP for the first time. 
Accompanied by piano and rhythm, he offers 
fine instrumental renditions of a dozen memor- 
able country hits, many of which were also big 
pop-wise. Among them are “Slipping Around,” 
“Half As Much,” “Anytime,” “Your Cheatin’ 
Heart” and “Walking the Floor Over You.” Can 
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“THE GIRL FROM PARIS”— Cecile Devile— 
Everest LPBR 5043 & Stereo SDBR 1043 

American LP debut for the Parisian thrush. 
She possesses an intimate voice which is capable 
of concert-like strength when necessary. Several 
different musical settings have been arranged by 
Russ Morgan — brass, strings, rock & roll, plus 
chorus assistance on several tracks. Miss Devile 
sings each song in both French and English with 
the exception of one all-French number. Tunes 
include “The Lady Is A Tramp,” “Marjolaine” 
and “My Heart Belongs to Daddy.” Appealing 
interpretations. 



“CASEY SINGS OUT” — Casey Anderson, his 
guitar and rhythm accompaniment — Urania USD 
2024 (Monaural & Stereo) 

Casey Anderson is a new folk-blues singer of 
unusual strength and vitality, with an uncom- 
promising ability to invest a song with rare earth- 
iness. This first album iby him also displays his 
talents to soulfully wail a folk ballad. Like most 
in his field, he rearranges old tunes to suit him- 
self; they include “The Midnight Special,” “Poor 
Boy,” “Muleskinner Blues” and an especially sen- 
sitive version of “01’ Man River.” Impressive first 
outing. 





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Album Reviews 



“PARIS GOES LATIN”— Marcel Hayes and his 
Orchestra with the Chi Chi Singers — Guyden GLP 
501 

A collection of French and Latin selections are 
read in a relaxed manner by the harmonically 
efficient group over ork leader Hayes’ tasteful 
Latin dance arrangements. Nothing obtrusive 
here; the music is appealingly inviting for easy 
going dancing. Among the rhythmically varied 
tunes are “April In Portugal,” “Fascination,” 
“April In Paris” and “Amor Amor.” 



“A LATIN FROM MANHATTAN IN HAWAII” 
— Ernie Warren and the Hula Rhythm Boys — 
Fiesta FLPS 1248 

A novel concept in the current flood of Hawai- 
ian LP’s is introduced, as popular Hawaiian 
melodies turn up here with a pulsating Latin- 
American beat. Pianist Warren leads a group 
comprised of Hawaiian musicians Hal Aloma and 
Sam Makia and vocalists Dolly Dawn, Mona Joy 
and Kalani Kami, over such tunes as “It’s Time 
To Say Aloha,” “Aloha Oe,” “Hawaiian Kisses” 
and “The Hala Nui Tree.” 



“1959 INTERNATIONAL BARBERSHOP 
CHORUS WINNERS”— Decca DL 8928 
Decca has recorded the actual contest at Chi- 
cago’s Civic Opera House and presents here the 
selections sung by the top five winners. Ranging 
in size from 33 to 44 men each, the choruses sing 
with feeling found only in such amateur groups. 
Some of the selections are “All Dressed Up With 
A Broken Heart,” “Georgia on My Mind,” “Alex- 
ander’s Ragtime Band” and “Glad Rag Doll.” 
Fun-filled session. 



“JUST ARRIVED FROM ITALY”— Gina Varese, 
Beppi Monetti and I Musica del Trastevere — Re- 
quest RLP 8034 

An album that will appeal greatly to those 
of Italian heritage is this set which contains 
17 Italian songs sung in Italian by the two 
soloists. Recorded in Italy, the album captures 
the true flavor of the country especially in the 
musical accompaniment. Melodies will not be 
familiar to American audiences. Attractive spe- 
cialty item. 


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“THE BILLIE HOLIDAY STORY”— Decca 
DXB 161 

The most extensive Billie Holiday tribute 
to date is this two disk Decca package 
containing twenty-four tracks recorded by 
the late singer between 1944 and 1950. 
Four pages of liner notes, including com- 
ments on each song, have been taken from 
her autobiography, “Lady Sings the Blues,” 
as told to William Dufty. Great selections 
include “Lover Man,” “God Bless the Child,” 
“Crazy He Calls Me,” “Porgy,” “My Man” 
and “Solitude.” Not one bad track here; 
album can become an outstanding seller. 



“BRASS SHOUT” — Art Farmer Tentet — 
United Artists UAS 5047 (Mono & Stereo) 
The Tentet, tho not a working unit is 
composed of some of the best young mod- 
erns (Farmer, Lee Morgan, Curtis Fuller, 
Jimmy Cleveland, Philly Joe and others). 
They offer some great brass jazz under the 
aegis of arranger Benny Golson, the most 
prolific modern jazz arranger. Seven tunes, 
among which are “Autumn Leaves,” “Five 
Spot After Dark” and “Moanin’,” present 
various uses of brass in both choir and solo, 
prodded by an unusually capable rhythm 
section. Intriguing and very saleable. 



“THE SOFT SWING”— The Stan Getz Quartet- 
Verve MG V-8321 

The young tenor saxist who has been a major 
influence on his instrument for the past several 
years, is heard here in a session recorded in 
1957. With sidemen Mose Allisin, piano, Addison 
Farmer, bass, and Jerry Segal, drums, Getz once 
more demonstrates his exquisite tastefulness on 
the ballads (“All the Things You Are,” “To the 
Ends of the Earth”) and shows his more recent 
urgency to swing on “Bye Bye Blues” and his 
own “Down Beat.” He’s an artist of indetermin- 
able ability, as proven once more on this date. 




“TALES OF MANHATTAN”— The Cool Philo- 
sophy of Babs Gonzales — Jaro JAM 5000 

Gonzales’ comically cool, yet all-too-true com- 
mentaries on various big city (New York in 
particular) scenes is a welcome relief on the 
turntable. His biting, satirical remarks of such 
pet subjects as “Broadway — 4 A. M.,” “A Dollar 
is Your Only Friend,” “ ’Dem Jive New Yorkers” 
and other droll stories, invoke hilarity as well as 
interesting insight into accepted phony Amer- 
icana. The Kenny Burrell Trio and an unidenti- 
fied alto sax assist musically. A treasury for the 
hipsters. 


“CHATTER JAZZ”— Rex Stewart & Dickie Wells 
—RCA Victor LPM 2024 & Stereo LSP 2024 

Trumpeter Stewart and trombonist Wells, two 
highly respected “oldsters” in the business, take 
a respite from their usual dates to indulge in 
musical fun-making. Using mutes and some 
unique manipulations of them, the two, assisted by 
rhythm, “talk” back and forth in imitations of 
human voices. The tunes are all suited for this 
type of duet. They include “Little Sir Echo,” 
“Gimme a Little Kiss,” “Side By Side” and 
“Frankie and Johnny.” Comical session. 


VERDI: “Rigoletto”; BIZET: “Carmen” — The 
Rome Symphony Orchestra directed by Domenico 
Savino — Kapp KCL 9032, 9035 (Monaural & 
Stereo) 

These two popular operas are the latest re- 
leases in the label’s “Opera Without Words” se- 
ries. Played faithfully and efficiently by the ork, 
they offer suite-like compositions of the original 
music and provide enjoyable listening. Will appeal 
to pop market. 


“A MAP OF JIMMY CLEVELAND”— Mercury 
SR 60117 

Trombonist Cleveland heads up an almost all- 
brass septet — Ray Copland (trumpet), Ernie 
Royal (flugel horn), Don Butterfield (tuba), 
Jerome Richardson (tenor sax) plus rhythm by 
Junior Mance (piano) and Art Taylor (drums). 
Ernie Wilkins’ clever arranging has voiced the 
sax to blend with the other brass, and some hot 
brass-choir cooking results. All solo effectively, 
with Cleveland spotlighted, but the Wilkins ar- 
rangements of such tunes as “Swing Low, Sweet 
Chariot,” “Jay Bird” and “Stardust” are the stand 
outs of this date. 


TCHAIKOVSKY: “The Nutcracker” — New York 
City Ballet Orchestra, Robert Irving, Conductor — 
Kapp KXL 5007 (Monaural & Stereo) 

The complete ballet is presented on two disks 
by the ork of the New York City Ballet, a com- 
pany continually growing in prestige. The chorale 
parts are sung by the Boy Choristers of the Little 
Church Around the Corner. The performances are 
crisp and articulate and without unnecessary 
flourish that would usually detract from the 
dancers. Although in respectable catalog com- 
pany, this version should be well received. 


STRAVINSKY: “Petrouchka” — Sir Eugene Goos- 
sens conducting the London Symphony Orchestra 
— Everest LPBR 6033 & Stereo SDBR 3033 

Stravinsky’s compelling score for his delight- 
ful “puppet ballet” is thrillingly interpreted by 
Goossens, who directs the ork with much intense'' 
feeling and exuberance. A particularly attrac- 
tive account of the music from this standard^ re- 
pertoire piece. Stereo sound is an added treat. 


CLASSICAL PICKS OF THE WEEK 


MENDELSSOHN: “Concerto in E Minor, 
Op. 64”; PROKOFIEFF: “Concerto No. 2 
in G Minor, Op. 63” — The Boston Sym- 
phony, Charles Munch, Conductor, Jascha 
Heifetz, Violinist — RCA Victor LM 2314 & 
Stereo LSC 2314 

Heifetz has long been known as one of 
the world’s greatest violinists. His un- 
believable technique and matchless judge- 
ment are represented in this well balanced 
album, in which he receives brilliant sup- 
port from Munch and his Bostonians. A 
natural for the classical shelf. 


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October 3, 1959 



PORTLAND, ORE. — Fats Domino visits with disk jockey Ray Horn on his 
all night show over IvGW-Portland. Domino dropped in on Horn while he was 
touring the area. 

During the interview Domino said that his latest smash, “I’m Gonna Be 
A Wheel Someday” and “I Want To Walk You Home” is nearing the 750,000 
sales mark, which makes 15 million records that he has sold. 


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Extend Capitol Discount 
Program 3 Weeks 


HOLLYWOOD — Capitol Records 
Distributing Corp.’s fall quantity dis- 
count program, offering cash dis- 
counts and deferred payments to qual- 
ified dealers, has been extended for 
three weeks, according to an announce- 
ment by Max K. Callison, CRDC vice 
president and national sales manager. 

The program — the most powerful 
dealer incentive in Capitol’s 17-year 
history- — was inaugurated on July 20 
and was to have run through Sept 26. 
With the new extension, the program 
will remain in effect through Oct. 17. 

Callison said the discount program 
was extended as a result of “over- 
whelming dealer acceptance.” 

The quantity-discount program ap- 
plies to all Capitol catalog albums and 
EP’s, both stereo and monaural, with 
all purchases subject to the company’s 
regular 10 per cent exchange program. 

Deferred billing under the extended 
program allows qualified dealers to 
split payments in half, with the first 
portion due on Nov. 10, the balance 
on Dec. 10. 


“Vincent Youmans Week” 


NEW YORK — Sep tem her 27 
through October 3 has been designated 
as “Vincent Youmans Week” in com- 
memoration of the sixty-first anniver- 
sary of the composer’s birth. 

The late Vincent Youmans was one 
cf America’s most prolific popular 
composers and wrote such memorable 
songs as “Tea for Two,” “Great Day,” 
“More Than You Know,” “Without a 
Song,” “Sometimes I’m Happy,” 
“Drums In My Heart,” “I Want To 
Be Happy,” and other favorite songs. 
Heavy disk jockey activity on the 
many recordings of Youmans’ stand- 
ards is expected during the Youmans 
week. Many record and music shops 
are also displaying Youmans music. 
Iii New York, G. Shirmers Music store 
plans to display the original manu- 
script of Youmans’ “Tea for Two.” 


Xmas Capitol-Time Tie-In 


HOLLYWOOD, CALIF.— “Christ- 
mas Around the World” is the theme 
of a promotion being entered into by 
Time Magazine and Capitol Records. 

The magazine will mail to recipients 
of Time gift subscriptions a Christ- 
mas card incorporating a paper rec- 
ord containing excerpts from four 
‘Capitol’-of-the-World Christmas al- 
bums. The selections included, which 
indicate Time’s world-wide coverage 
and circulation, are from albums of 
Swedish, Italian, Australian and Po- 
lish Christmas music released in this 
country by Capitol. 


Mills Gets English Hit 


NEW YORK — Mills Music has just 
acquired the publishing rights for the 
U. S. and Canada to Russ Conway’s 
third successive English hit, “China 
Tea.” Mills also has the same rights 
to the previous Conway clicks, “Side 
Saddle” and “Roulette.” Writer of all 
three is Trevor Stanford. 


Jim Prosen Dies 


NEW YORK — Jim Prosen, who was 
affiliated with his publisher brother 
Sid Prosen and played an important 
part in the success of “Till I Waltz 
Again With You” and “Tennessee Wig 
Walk,” died last week. 


Two Win Series Trips 
In Victor Promotion 


NEW YORK — Sportscaster Mel Al- 
len will be host this week to RCA 
Victor distributor Bill Carleton (Rec- 
ord Manager of Wyatt-Cornick, Inc., 
Richmond, Va.) and Ed Snider (rack 
merchandiser of Edge Limited, Wash- 
ington, D. C.), when the World Series 
gets under way in Chicago’s Comiskey 
Park. 

Both men will be on hand in con- 
nection with an RCA Victor sponsored 
contest on the promotion of the album 
“Mel Allen’s Baseball Game,” an RCA 
Victor Bluebird LP for youngsters. 

Carleton and Snider won an all- 
expense paid trip to the first two se- 
ries games on the basis of best overall 
window and in-store displays, local- 
paper advertising, and general imagi- 
native effect of their respective pro- 
motion programs. 

Judges were Allen, George Park- 
hill, manager, RCA Victor popular 
advertising and promotion, and Roy 
Block of Grey Advertising. 


UA “Wonderful Country” LP 


NEW YORK — United Artists Rec- 
ords is releasing a new LP album of 
the original soundtrack music of Alex 
North’s score for D. R. M. Produc- 
tions, “The Wonderful Country,” in 
connection with the saturation booking 
of the UA film in more than 200 thea- 
tres this month. 

Music for “The Wonderful Coun- 
try,’ which stars Robert Mitehum and 
Julie London, Gary Merrill and Pedro 
Armendariz, was both composed and 
conducted by North, whose credits in- 
clude score for 40 documentary films 
and such notable productions as “A 
Streetcar Named Desire,” “Viva Za- 
pata” and “I’ll Cry Tomorrow.” 

Promotion for “The Wonderful 
Country” will be highlighted by disk 
jockey coverage, special screenings in 
key cities for music critics and col- 
umnists and a national tie-in with 
record and music stores and theatres. 

World Pacific Opens 
Subsid As Coast Distrib 


LOS ANGELES — Richard Bock, 
World Pacific Records prexy, last 
week announced the appointment of 
a new distributor for the Southern 
California area, West Coast Record 
Distributors. West Coast is a sub- 
sidiary of World Pacific and will be 
headed up by newly appointed sales 
manager, Jules Buccieri. Other labels 
will also be handled by West Coast 
for distribution and promotion, with 
Stinson Records being the initial 
pactee. 

Joe Rene To A&R For Kenco 
On Free-lance Basis 

NEW YORK — Joe Rene has been 
appointed A&R man-arranger for the 
Kenco label on a free-lance basis, he 
revealed last week. 

Within the past several weeks, 
Rene, in addition to arranging Kenco 
releases, arranged for a new Lester 
Lanin LP, did A&R-arranging chores 
for the new Eternals’ release on Hol- 
lywood, produ.ced a new Judy Cross 
single on Claro and is now preparing 
a jazz album for Stere-O-Craft. 


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The Cash Box , Music 


October 3 , 1939 


Page 47 



London 

Lowdown 


L. Benjamin, sales controller for 
the Pye label in England, reports that 
the first three records released in the 
Fabulous Golden Guinea Series have 
sold over 30,000 in just over 3 weeks; 
an encouraging send-off for these 
value for money 12" L.P.s which sell 
at 21/ — (Monaural) 27/6 (Stereo). 

Benjamin told your Cash Box rep- 
resentative he attributes this success 
to the combination of “Good product, 
good price and good promotion’’. 

Another salient feature . . . “Whilst 
these sales have not declined since 
the commercial advertising ceased 
there is an outstanding demand build- 
ing up all the time for the next 12 
releases scheduled for October 14th. 
This puts us in the unique position 
of pre-selling L.P.s which is a privi- 
lege usually reserved for top flight 
original musicals, like ‘My Fair Lady’, 
‘Gigi’ etc. Dealer confidence in the 
series is best proven by the fact that 
all retailer's handling this product 
appear to be maintaining window dis- 
plays throughout the country.” 

“Sleep Walk” by Santo & Johnny 
currently No. 2 in the Cash Box 
charts (Canadian-American) was re- 
leased in England on the Pye Inter- 
national label on Sept. 18th. Also re- 
leased on the same date was Jimmy 
Darren’s “Angel Face” b/w the up- 
tempo “I Don’t Wanna Lose Ya”. 
Great hopes that this will prove a 
worthy successor to “Gidget” his first 
disk for Pye International. 

Filmwise we hear that Jimmy Dar- 
ren has been signed for a starring 
part in the forthcoming “The Gene 
ICrupa Story”. 

Anna Russell, the English born 
operatic satirist had a capacity house 
at London’s Royal Festival Hall fol- 
lowing her successful season at the 
Edinburgh International Festival. Be- 
fore returning to the States later this 
year, Miss Russell embarks on a 
country-wide tour taking in seven ma- 
jor cities. In England Anna Russell’s 
records are released on the Philips 
label. Her latest LP “A Practical 
Banana Promotion,” is selling well. 

Another hit for the Edinburgh 
Festival! Jerome Robbins and his 
“Ballets U.S.A.” has taken London by 
storm, collecting rave pi'ess after the 
first night of his too brief season 
(one week) at The Piccadilly Theatre. 
All performances were sold out be- 
fore the opening night. Critics unani- 
mously agree that this is the finest 
Ballet company to hit London since 
Diaghilev. 

Impresario Harold Davison is re- 
sponsible for the all star package 
show “The Newport Jazz Festival” 
featuring the Dizzy Gillespie Quin- 
tet, Dave Brubeck Quartet, Buck Clay- 
ton All Stars, the Vic Ash Quintet 
and Jimmy Rushing. Compere was 
Willis Conover. Producer was George 
Wein. Opening concert Royal Festival 
Hall was Sept. 19th and wall be fol- 
lowed by a 16 day tour totaling 32 
performances. Clayton and Rushing 
disks are released in England on the 
Philips label. Brubeck on Fontana. 

Davison is also presenting The 
Kid Ory Creole Band for a 15 day 
concert tour commencing October 
16th. 

Into London from the Monte Carlo 
Sporting Club comes Lena Horne for 
a four week cabaret season at The 
1 Savoy Hotel. Opening Sept. 21. After 
this Miss Horne returns to the States 
Lor a new film, several cabaret en- 
gagements and a TV stint on the 
Perry Como show. 

Peter Cadbury, managing direc- 
tor of Keith Prowse, one of this 
country’s largest theatre ticket and 
j gramophone record companies, said 
at a press conference last week. 
“Gramophone record retailers should j 
1 form a trade association to fight re- I 


strictive practices of the manufac- 
turers.” He pointed out that each 
month they issue about 300 new la- 
bels. With 30 branches under his con- 
trol he would have to order 9,000 rec- 
ords monthly to stock only one of 
each label. He urged dealers to seek 
some arrangement whereby supplies 
could be taken on a “sale or return” 
basis. 

A Record Dealers Association rep- 
resenting something in the region of 
1000 retail outlets was, in fact, form- 
ed in March this year. R. Reed, chair- 
man of the Association, whilst agree- 
ing with Cadbury, feels that “sale or 
return” would be a little drastic. 
However he would welcome some sort 
of compromise whereby dealers are 
not left holding stocks of tax paid de- 
leted records. Permission to sell off 
cheaply is no solution as only the non- 
selling records are deleted for which 
there is no market. 

Reed hinted that an arrangement 
with manufacturers to take back two 
deleted records in exchange for one 
new release would ease the situation. 

A new British Musical, “The Crook- 
ed Mile”, with book & lyrics by Peter 
Wildeblood & music by Peter Green- 
well has opened at the Cambridge 
Theatre. Acclaimed by the press as 
“London’s newest & brightest star”, 
25 year old Millicent Martin rocket- 
ed to overnight stardom with her 
performance in this show about life 
in cosmopolitan Soho. Miss Martin 
will be remembered in New York for 
her performances in the original 
Broadway presentation of “The Boy 
Friend”. Recordwise Miss Martin al- 
ready has an LP titled “Millicent” 
on the H.M.V. label to her credit as 
well as several EPs. EMI’s A & R 
man Walter Ridley sat in at reheai’- 
sals and was so impressed with the 
score that he persuaded his company 
to wax the LP. 

Two days after the show opened 
Millicent Martin announced her en- 
gagement to Pai’lophone recording 
star Ronnie Carroll. 

Neville Martin 
Now Writing The 
London Lowdown 

Neville Martin 
Now Writing The 
London Lowdown 


Beginning with this 
issue the London 
Lowdown will be written 
by Neville Martin, 
newly appointed rep- 
resentative of The 
Cash Box for the 
territory of England. 
Mr. Martin can be 
l-eached for any 
information, or to 
turn over to him 
any news items, sub- 
scriptions or ad- 
vertisements at — 

THE CASH BOX 
9/9a New Bond Street, 
London, W.l, England. 
Tel.: Hyde Park 2868 


ENGLAND’S 
TOP 30 


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“NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS” BEST 
SELLING RECORDS IN BRITAIN 

(Week ending Saturday, 
September 19, 1959)' 

Last This 
Week 

1 1 Only Sixteen — 

Craig Douglas (Top Rank) 

2 2 Living Doll- 

Cliff Richard (Columbia) 

3 3 Here Comes Summer — 

Jerry Keller (London) 

4 4 Lonely Boy — 

Paul Anka (Columbia) 

5 5 China Tea — 

Russ Conway (Columbia) 

7 6 Mona Lisa — 

Conway Twitty (MGM) 

13 7 ’Til I Kissed You — 

Everly Brothers (London) 

19 8 Three Bells— 

The Bi’owns (RCA) 

8 9 Heart Of A Man — 

Frankie Vaughan (Philips) 

6 10 Lipstick On Your Collar — 

Connie Francis (MGM) 

9 11 Someone — 

Johnny Mathis (Fontana) 

10 12 40 Miles Of Bad Road — 

Duane Eddy (London) 

16 13 Just A Little Too Much — 

Ricky Nelson (London) 

19 14 Broken-Hearted Melody — 

Sai’ah Vaughan (Mercury) 

15 15 High Hopes — 

Fx-ank Sinatra (Capitol) 

11 16 Battle Of New Orleans — 

Lonnie Donegan (Pye) 

12 17 Dream Lover — 

Bobby Darin (London) 

16 18 Sal’s Got A Sugar Lip — 

Lonnie Donegan (Pye) 

19 18 Plenty Good Lovin’ — 

Connie Francis (MGM) 

14 20 I Know — 

Perry Como (RCA) 

22 21 Peggy Sue Got Married — 

Buddy Holly (Coral) 

30 22 Tallahassie Lassie — 

Tommy Steele (Decca) 

24 23 I’m Gonna Get Married — 

Lloyd Price (HMV) 

— 24 Sea Of Love — 

Marty Wilde (Philips) 

18 25 Roulette — 

Russ Conway (Columbia) 

— 26 Mack The Knife — 

Bobby Darin (London) 

— 27 Honeymoon Song — 

Manuel (Columbia) 

— 28 Goodbye, Jimmy, Goodbye — 

Ruby Mui’ray (Columbia) 

— 29 The Way I Walk- 

Jack Scott (London) 

23 30 Sweeter Than You — 

Ricky Nelson (London) 

By arrangement with “New Musical 
Express.” 


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lick 

Best Sellers 


Sleree Albums 
flegufar Meed) 


lllllllllllilllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllM 

| EXOTICA 

“ Martin Denny (Liberty LST-7034) 


2 

3 


PETER GUNN 

Henry Mancini (RCA Victor LSP-1956) 


QUIET VILLAGE 

Martin Denny (Liberty LST-7122) 


FILM ENCORES 

Mantovani (London PS-124) 


SOUTH PACIFIC 

Movie Cast (RCA Victor LSO-1032) 


MORE JOHNNY'S 
GREATEST HITS 

Johnny Mathis (Columbia CS-S150) 

THE KINGSTON TRIO 
AT LARGE 

Kingston Trio (Capitol ST-1 199) 


8 


MORE MUSIC FROM 
PETER GUNN 

Henry Mancini (RCA Victor LSP-2040) 


TABOO 

Arthur Lymon 
(HiFi SO 6) 


10 


MY FAIR LADY 

Original Cast (Columbia OS-2015) 



Rack 

Best Sellers 


Monaural Albums 
(Regular Priced) 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 


KINGSTON TRIO AT LARGE 

Kingston Trio (Capitol T-1199) 


MORE JOHNNY'S GREATEST 
HITS 

Johnny Mathis (Columbia CL-1344) 


THE HUNGRY i 

Kingston Trio (Capitol T-1107) 


MORE MUSIC FROM 

PETER GUNN 

Henry Mancini (RCA Victor LPM-2040) 


EXOTICA 

Martin Denny (Liberty LRP-3034) 


PETER GUNN 

Henry Mancini (RCA Victor LPM-1956) 

QUIET VILLAGE 

Martin Denny (Liberty LRP-3122) 


SOUTH PACIFIC 

Movie Cast (RCA Victor LM-2252) 


A DATE WITH 1LV5S 

Elvis Presley 

(RCA Victor LPM-20U) 

SONGS BY RICKY 

Ricky Nelson 
(Imperial LP-9082) 



Back 

Best Sellers 

Stereo Albums 
(Low Priced) 


| SOUL OF SPAIN 


101 Strings (Stereo Fidelity SF 6600) 


2 PORGY AND BESS 


Mundell Lowe (Camden CAS-490) 


3 GRAND CANYON SUITE 

Hill Bowen Orch. (Camden CAS-468) 


4 TV JAZZ THEMES 

Video All Stars (Stereo Fidelity 8800) 

5 PETER GUNN 

Aaron Bell (Lion SL-70112) 


0 GIG! 


Hill Bowen Orch. (Camden CAS-436) 


7 MANTOVANI: SHOWCASE 

Mantovani (London SS-1) 


8 BROADWAY SPECTACULAR 

Norman Leyden (Camden CAS-467) 


9 FLOWER DRUM SONG 

Bill Heyer (Design SS-41) 

W 77 SUNSET STRIP 

Aaron Bell 
(Lion-SL 70116) 



Back 

Best Sellers 

Monaural Albums 
{Low Priced) 


1 MANTOVANI: SHOWCASE 

Mantovani (London MSS) 


JUST FOR YOU 

Perry Como (Camden 440) 


3 SOUL OF SPAIN 

101 Strings (Somerset SF-6600) 


4 PETER GUNN 

Aaron Bell (Lion L 70112) 

5 EDDY ARNOLD 

Eddy Arnold (Camden 471) 


6 77 SUNSET STRIP 

Aaron Bell (Lion L 70116) 


THE GREAT ARTIE SHAW 

Artie Shaw (RCA Camden CA 465) 


8 FLOWER DRUM SONG 

Various Artists (Design 98) 


0 T.V. ACTION JAZZ 


Mendel Lowe (RCA Camden CAL 522) 

HAPPY GO LUCKY SOUND 

Three Suns (Camden 454) 



“SOLDIER’S JOY” Jimmie Driftwood, RCA Victor EPA-4345 

The chartriding country singer has had two hits in this package, “Tennessee 
Stud” and “Soldier’s Joy.” “Arkansas Traveler” and “Razorback Steak” com- 
plete the deck of Driftwood offerings. Sleeve illustrates Revolutionary War 
scene in attractive line drawing style. Strong rack item and opportunity to 
add to solid Jimmie Driftwood single sales. 

“DEE CLARK” Abner EP-1-900 

The twenty-one year old vocalist includes his two hits, “Just Keep It Up” 
and “Nobody But You” in the deck, making for a solid package. “Count On 
Me” is a slow ballad-beat type tune with “Blues Get Off My Shoulder” show- 
casing Clark’s high vocal in a bluesy vein. Sleeve shows off the full figure 
shot of Dee Clark in action with bio material on flip of jacket. Strong jacket, 
strong material. Good rack choice. Clark is currently on charts with “Hey 
Little Girl.” 

“THE BROWNS SING THE 3 BELLS” RCA Victor EPA-4347 
“3 Bells” hit the number one chart slot just recently, reason enough to figure 
good sales on this package featuring each of the singing trio in a black and 
white face shot within red and white art of ringing bells on face of sleeve. 
“Be My Love” is a country styled ballad while “The Man In The Moon” 
moves with a rock-a-beat style. Deck offers good opportunity to cash in on 
current popularity of group. 

“MORGEN” Billy Vaughn and His Dot Orchestra, Dot DEP-1089 

The Vaughn orch. gives the current chartriding hit, “Morgen” a new style 
that swings in the Vaughn tradition. Original single is still moving up. 
This offering should rate deejay plays. “Jersey Bounce” features solo 
guitar work while “Under The Double Eagle” is a lively polka. “Left Out” 
is a wailing instrumental with strong rhythm backing. All around solid deck. 
Sleeve features the title and Vaughn’s name in black against chartreuse 
background. Strong rack material. 

“WAYNE RANEY AND THE RANEY FAMILY” Starday SEP-115 
The country singers vocalize through a half-dozen gospel-type selections 
including “We Need A Lot More Jesus” (and a Lot Less Rock and Roll), 
“Lilac Bouquet,” “Don’t You Think It’s Time.” Twangy guitar work and 
close harmony make for strong inspirational delivery. Jacket is a standard 
Starday sleeve featuring country scene in color. 

“KIRBY BUCHANAN” Sings Inspirational Songs of Faith, Starday SEP-111 

“A Satisfied Mind,” “In Times Like These,” “Wonderful Guest” and “Lost 
Son” make up the deck of inspirational tunes. “Wonderful Guest” has a 
soft beat to it that could catch with country market. “Lost Son” is narrated 
throughout by Buchanan with piano-rhythm backing tearful story. Jacket 
standard Starday artwork country scene in color. 



Kiddie Single 
Reviews 


“KRIS KRINGLE” Walt Disney’s Original Chipmunks, Chip and Dale with 
Clarice, Golden 549, 78 rpm, 29^ 

Billed as the “Original Chipmunks,” the Disney characters bounce through 
a delig-htful Christmas lilt that could catch with kids and, possibly, deejays- 
Tune has a simple melody that is enhanced by the Chipmunk harmony. 
Sleeve features typical Disney cartoon art showing three Chipmunks singing 
carol. Solid holiday item. 

“ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS MY TWO FRONT TEETH”— The 3 
Stooges, Golden 559 b/w “I Gotta Cold For Christmas,” 78 rpm, 29</‘ 

The comedy trio are currently making a comeback which should help the 
promotion of this Christmas kiddie disk, via TV. Both sides are delivered 
straight, with no gimmicks. Sleeve illustrates typical zany antics of 3 Stooges 
at play. Jacket could help sales in supers. 


“SLEIGH RIDE” Captain Kangaroo and Mr. Green Jeans, Golden 560, b/w 
“When Santa Claus Gets Your Letter,” 78 rpm, 29^ 

The Bob Keeshan effort presents both sides with an introductory narration 
directed at kiddies, as in TV show. Straight singing by chorus on Leroy 
Anderson’s “Sleigh Ride” with solo singing on flip side. Material should get 
wide reception at holiday time with TV program showcasing the deck. Sleeve 
illustrates the “Captain” and Santa Claus in holiday scene. 

“THE 3 STOOGES SING 6 HAPPY YULETIDE SONGS” Golden EP561, 49tf 
“Wreck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly” is a humorous take-off on the 
standard Christmas song permitting the comedy act opportunity for their 
typical antics. “Down Through The Housetop” and “Jingle Bells Drag” add 
to comedy material while the remaining three selections are straight. Sleeve 
features art of Stooges team in typical zany antics. Good rack merchandise 
for Christmas season sales. 

“LET’S ALL SING TOGETHER” — Campfire Singers with Jimmy Carroll, 
Golden EP563, 49<? 

“Marching Along Together!”, “Hail, Hail The Gang’s All Here”, “Deep In 
The Heart of Texas”, others. Stirring chorals with orch. backing feature 
drum rolls throughout “march” numbers. Should excite kids. Sleeve features 
art of children from all nations circling titles. Strong title and jacket should 
help rack sales. 


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Album Reviews 

($1.49 thru $2.98) 

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MONA URAL 


“JAZZ HALL OF FAME, VOL. II” Design DLP-113, $1.49 
Content: Collection of one dozen tracks as performed by such jazz personali- 
ties as Maxine Sullivan, Charlie Shavers, Jack Teagarden, Osie Johnson, 
Josh White, Ralph Burns, Django Reinhardt, others. Cover: Brilliant design 
sets off musical instruments in natural color with bright red lettering on 
word “jazz.” Titles on cover. Good display. Performance: Deck offers tidbits 
of blues, modern and contemporary jazz and some bop thrown in for good 
measure. Sounds are, for the most part, subdued, but good. Many top jazzmen 
featured on tracks recorded as far back as the late 1940’s. Commercial Value: 
Deck offers some top names in jazz and a variety of styles. Jacket is strong. 
Should lend well to super sales. Makes for good low-price collector’s item as 
well. 

“SANDY BECKER CALLS ‘BINGO’” RCA Victor LBY-1034, $1.98 
Content: Popular game is featured on disk which allows for 4000 different 
sequences of possible numbers through use of “secret spiral” groove. Cover: 
Bright red and yellow colors set off large display of copy advising contents. 
Solid packaging for racks. Performance: Each time needle touches disk 
another groove is tracked with Becker calling numbers. Participants use 
score cards, cover markers, number check sheet and rules of game, all en- 
closed in sleeve. One or more may play game. Played according to accepted 
bingo regulations. Commercial Value: Strong game item. Should sell well. 
Both kids and adults should be sold. Game has vast acceptance, nationally. 
Exceptional rack deck with wide area of merchandising. 

“THE ONE AND ONLY PEARL BAILEY” Wing MGW-12132, $1.98 
Cover: Trick shot of the songbird as seen through keyhole makes for an eye- 
catcher. Content: “That’s My Weakness Now,” “My Man,” “Everybody Loves 
My Baby,” others. Performance: Pearl romps through previously recorded 
material, some of which she is still using with great effect in clubs today. 
Ad libs, relaxing style, strong on ballads and swinging on jump tunes, the 
deck offers a good cross section of Miss Bailey’s repertoire, an act that is still 
strong today. Commercial Value: Strong rack mei'chandise. Has much to offer 
the super shoppers. Name Value: Very good. 

“JAN AUGUST— MUSIC FOR THE QUIET HOUR” Wing MGW-12129, $1.98 
Content: “Miserlou,” “Intermezzo,” “Oye Negra,” “Dark Eyes,” others. Cover: 
Various color hues divided into sections with titles superimposed. Makes for 
good point-of-purchase merchandising. Performance: The Jan August piano 
serves up a full course of keyboard work on some tasteful standards designed 
for easy listening. Pleasant package of first rate piano stylings. Commercial 
Value: Good background deck should appeal to pop and classical lovers as well. 
Vast exposure down through the years should make for wide market of fans. 



Rack 

Best Sellers 


Kiddie Albums 

mnnmiiiiiiMiiMiM 

1 SLEEPING BEAUTY 

“ Darlene Gillespie (Mickey Mouse MM-32) 


ZORRO 

Zorro (Micky Mouse MM-28) 


3 FUN IN SHARILAND 

Shari Lewis (RCA Bluebird LBY-1006) 


4 PETER PAN 

Norman Leydon (RCA Victor LBY-1009) 


POPEYE'S FAVORITE 
SEA CHANTIES 

Allen Swift (RCA Bluebird LBY-1018) 


TALES FROM THE 

6 GREAT BOOK 

Joseph Cotton & Robert Preston 
(RCA Bluebird LBY-1014) 

7 LEGEND OF WYATT EARP 

Shorty Long (RCA Bluebird LBY-1004) 


8 HUMPTY DUMPTY 

Bud Collier (RCA Bluebird LBY-101S) 


9 THE LITTLE ENGINE 
THAT COULD 

Paul Wing (RCA Bluebird 1008) 


in TOM THUMB 

Sound Track 
(Lion-L 7 0084) 



Best Sellers 


Extended Play 
(EP’s) 

1 TOUCH OF GOLD 

f/Wj Presley (RCA Victor EPA-5088) 

2 RICKY SINGS AGAIN 

Ricky Nelson (Imperial IMP-159, 60, 61) 


3 SIDE BY SIDE 

Pat 4 Shirley Boone (Dot N1076) 


4 HOLD THAT TIGER 

Fabian (Chancellor A-5003) 


5 EVERLY BROTHERS 

Everly Brothers (Cadence CEP-111, 12) 


6 PETER GUNN 

Henry Mancini (RCA Victor E PA-4333) 

7 KINGSTON TRIO AT LARGE 

Kingston Trio (Capitol EAP-1, 2, 31199) 


8 FABULOUS JOHNNY CASH 

Johnny Cash (Columbia B-12531, 32, 33) 


9 TENDERLY 

Pat Boone (Dot DEP-182) 


HYMNS 

Tenn. Ernie Ford (Capitol EAP-1, 2, 3-756) 



Dig This Scene 



PORTLAND, ORE. — The Gaylords, in this city to plug their Mercury 
single, “La Shabla” (The Shovel) participated in a little digging ceremony 
with the staff of KISN-Portland, a Star station. 

I. to r. are Bill Jackson, general manager Charlie Vais, program director 
Steve Brown, Mercury distributor Art Millington, Bert Gaylord, Ronnie Gay- 
lord, operations director Hal Raymond and Tom Murphy. 

To Europe 


NEW YORK — Cy Leslie, president 
of Pickwick Sales, merchandising arm 
for Design, Cricket, Instant Learning, 
Stereo Spectrum and Off Broadway 
Records, announced last week that he 
is leaving for Europe on October 15 
and will be overseas for approxi- 
mately one month. 

Leslie, who is scanning the foreign 
market for the first time, will visit 
London, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Ham- 
burg, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, 
Zurich, Milan and Barcelona. The 
diskery chief has a variety of in- 
terests in the European scene and will 
try to crowd them all in during this 
sojourn. Leslie will investigate the 
opportunities of setting up his own 
pressing plants, he will contact Euro- 
pean music publishers for his kiddie 
music catalog and for material for his 
adult labels, will see as many poten- 
tial licensees and importers as pos- 
sible and will talk to the heads of lead- 
ing disk firms in the countries he 
visits. 

Leslie disclosed that one of his chief 
concerns is setting a deal with a 
Gei’man sales firm to take over his 
warehousing and distributing opera- 
tion in Hamburg. He will also hud- 
dle with the conductors of several 
Scandinavian and German orchestras 
to obtain exclusive deals for his De- 
sign and Stereo Spectrum LP lines. 



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BENELUX COUNTRIES 


Skip Voogd 
The Hague, Holland 



Skip Voogd was born in The 
Hague (Holland) on the 6th of 
July 1933. 

He studied piano in his home- 
town for seven years and had a 


classical training, influenced by 
Oscar Peterson and Erroll Garner. 

After leaving High School his 
parents wanted him to become a 
teacher and so he went to the nor- 
mal school. 

During his studies he wrote ar- 
ticles and criticisms for several 
papers and magazines and was 
leader of the section Light Music 
of MINJON, the youth radio com- 
pany of the AVRO, well-known 
Dutch broadcasting corporation. 

When in the summer of 1954 he 
got his diploma (as a teacher) he 
gave lessons for some years, but 
he was so in love with music, that 
he resolved to change to music and 
j ournalism. 

He freelanced for leading Dutch 
week-magazines, such as ‘Wereld- 
kroniek’, ‘Vizier’, ‘Cheerio’ and 
two Dutch music magazines Tuney 
Tunes and Rhythme. 

In August 1959 Skip was asked 
by ‘VARA’ — one of the five Dutch 
radio companies — to act as leader 
of one of its popular records- 
shows. 

Skip is enthusiastic with his 
newest job, that of representative 
of The Cash Box for the Benelux 
(BHlgium, Netherlands and Lux- 
emburg) countries. 


O’Brien Opens Oistribbery 


MILWAUKEE — Johnny O’Brien, 
veteran of many years in the record 
industry, recently formed a new rec- 
ord distribution firm, Johnny O’Brien 
Distributing Company, Incorporated, 
at 2830 West Vliet Street in this city. 

During the course of his lengthy 
tenure in record distribution O’Brien 
most recently was general manager 
of Lennie Garmisa’s Garmisa Distrib- 
uting Company of Milwaukee. Previ- 
ous to this a serious illness kept him 
inactive for several years. Before this 
he operated Major Distributors, 
where he handled the Mercury Rec- 
ord line for the Wisconsin territory. 

Prior to O’Brien’s entry into the 
recoi'd industry he was employed as 
assistant manager of radio station 
WRIT in this city. 

O’Brien advised that he has already 
acquired the following lines for his 
distributorship: Roulette, Todd, Dy- 
nasty, and other labels. He further 
stated that his organization is well 
staffed to handle most of Wisconsin 
in sales and promotion. 


“The Audio Fidelity Hour” 


NEW YORK— “The Audio Fidelity 
Hour,” an hour radio program spon- 
sored by Audio Fidelity Records will 
be heard every Sunday night from 
9:00 to 10:00 PM over WBAI-FM, 
New York, it was announced last 
week by the diskery. Charles Leed- 
ham will be the show’s announcer. 

The hour will feature recordings 
from Audio Fidelity’s catalog. 


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recorded by 

CONNIE FRANCIS MGM 

Aida Music Inc. 

TWO FOOLS 

recorded by 

FRANKIE AVALON CHANCELLOR 

Frankie Avalon Music Inc. 

BIG HUNK OF LOVE 

recorded by 

ELVIS PRESLEY RCA VICTOR 

Elvis Presley Music, Inc. 

FIVE FEET HIGH AND RISING 

recorded by 

JOHNNY CASH COLUMBIA 

Johnny Cash Music Inc. 

HILL AND RANGE SONGS, INC. 

1619 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 


WANTED! 

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by substantial company 
in the Low Priced LP field. 

LOCATION, NEW YORK 

Good Salary — All replies 
will be held in strict confidence. 

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Will be cutting in the near future and will 
listen to all groups and individuals with bright 
and fresh material. 

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One Spin Did It 


NEW YORK— “Betty, Betty” (Go 
steady with me), Barry DeVorzon’s 
new Columbia single was played 
once for a British publisher and he 
secured the British publishing rights 
from the E. B. Marks Music Corpo- 
ration, the American publisher. 

“Betty, Betty” set some sort of a 
record for speed in being placed with 
a foreign firm as the record was play- 
ed for Jimmy Phillips of Peter Mau- 
rice Ltd., of London, the day it was 
released by Columbia. Phillips, whose 
British firm previously acquired the 
rights to two other Marks hits, “What 
A Diff’rence A Day Made” and 
“Broken-Hearted Melody” came to 
this country on the eve of prexy Herb 
Marks’ departure for England. Herb 
Marks had planned to market the 
song in several foreign countries dur- 
ing his two-month European hiatus, 
but Phillips insisted on hearing the 
new song before Herb could take it 
abroad. 



NEW YORK — Baby Washington, 
Neptune recording star, is shown re- 
ceiving The Cash Box award for be- 
ing chosen the “Most Promising 
R&B Female Vocalist” in the annual 
Cash Box disk jockey poll. With her 
is Ben Fowler, head of Neptune 
Records. 

Miss Washington’s latest single re- 
lease on the Neptune label is “Let’s 
Love in the Moonlight” b/w “Work 
Out,” which she penned herself. 


Single With A Gimmick 


NEW YORK — Atlantic Records re- 
vealed last week that it is preparing 
for release a single titled “High 
School U.S.A.” by Tommy Facenda, 
a new rock and roll singer discovered 
by Frank Guida, owner of the Bird- 
land record shop in Norfolk, Va., 
Facenda’s home town. 

The unusual aspect of the record is 
that in the song Facenda mentions a 
particular city and the principal high 
schools in that city. Twenty different 
versions have been prepared for re- 
lease in twenty cities, and will be per- 
tested in those cities. According to 
Atlantic, if the record catches on an 
additional twenty versions will be 
prepared. 

The original twenty versions have 
been created for the following cities: 
New York, Washington-Baltimore, 
Philadelphia, Detroit, Pittsburgh, 
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Newark, Bos- 
ton, Cleveland, Buffalo, Hartford, St. 
Louis-Kansas City, Cincinnati, Chi- 
cago, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, San 
Francisco, Seattle-Portland, Denver 
and Oklahoma City. 

A special number series has been 
created for the disk, which will bear 
a different number, between 51 and 
78, for each version. An Atlantic exec 
quipped, “This is one record where 
we don’t have to worry about trans- 
shipping.” 


Rodgers Xmas Kiddisk 


NEW YORK — Jimmie Rodgers has 
cut his first kiddie record, “Wistful 
Willie,” for Christmas release. The 
song was written by Rodgers’ accom- 
panist, A1 Lerner, and tells the story 
of the little dwarf who loses his 
glasses while working on toys and 
puts them together all wrong. 

The “Wistful Willie” character will 
also be merchandised as a doll, chil- 
dren’s clothes, picture books and a 
filmed animated cartoon. Smith-Ham- 
mer Associates, Inc., of New York, 
are the licensors. 


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October 3 , 195 S 


20th Fox Unveils ProfitScope Album 
Plan; Offers Dealers 20% Discount 


NEW YORK — The first major sales 
program by 20th-Fox Records, “Pro- 
fitScope,” started rolling last week 
throughout the United States. It will 
bring to record dealers, for the first 
time, the opportunity to buy 20th’s 
top albums at a 20% discount. Until 
this program the 20th-Fox line had 
never been sold at special discounts. 

20th’s program also provides a 
January 10 exchange privilege date 
for dealers plus a liberal dating plan 
calling for only 25% payment in Nov- 
ember, 25% in December and 50% 
on January 10. 

Fifteen thousand record dealers will 
participate in the 20th-Fox program, 
according to reports received from 
distributors by Roy Freeman, 20th’s 
National sales manager. 

Indicative of the program’s “Profit- 
Scope” appeal to retailers are the 
snowballing orders for the album, 
“Sing We Now of Christmas” by the 
Harry Simeone Chorale. This is the 
album that contains the original ver- 
sion of “The Little Drummer Boy.” 
20th had advance orders of 90,000 on 
its books for this album. The day 
after the program was announced 
orders for the album reportedly leaped 
to 120,000. Two days after the an- 
nouncement the orders totalled to 
175,000. The company is now gearing 
its production of this one album for 
an expected quarter-million sale. 

Initial orders for the first two vol- 
umes by “The 20th Century Strings” 
were tripled by Cecil Steen and Ed 
Barsky, 20th’s Boston and Philadel- 
phia distributors, following the 
“ProfitScope” announcement. 

All of 20th’s “blockbuster” pack- 
ages, which the company has been 
producing since last October, when 
its first album was issued, have, says 
the diskery, felt the impact of “Profit- 


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Scope”. Included are the volume of 
“Glenn Miller’s Original Film Sound- 
tracks”; two volumes titled “Tommy 
Dorsey And His Greatest Band,” 
which present first-time commercial 
releases of T.D. performances rec- 
orded in his peak years; “George 
Gershwin At The Piano,” the album 
by the renowned composer in which 
he plays his own complete “Rhapsody 
in Blue”; “Shirley Temple’s Hits,” 
featuring nineteen of her original film 
soundtracks. Several big U.S. depart- 
ment stores are making this one a 
key package; “The Diary of Anna 
Frank,” the Alfred Newman score 
from George Stevens’ picture; the 
two volumes by “The 20th Century 
Strings,” the first of a continuing- 
album series; “Sing We Now With 
The Harry Simeone Chorale.” “Sing 
We Now” is also a continuing series; 
“The Velvet Side of the Roaring ’20s,” 
another package series; “The Wizard 
of the Ragtime Piano” starring Eubie 
Blake, the 75 year old piano artist. 

The program is being supported 
with trade press spreads, consumer 
and co-op advertising, in-store and 
window displays and a nation-wide 
disk jockey promotion. 


Wynne Sets Fall LP Plan 


NEW YORK — Wynne Records has 
initiated its first Fall LP plan with 
an ambitious distrib-salesman incen- 
tive program. The program — covering 
a period from September 1 to Decem- 
ber 31 — involves the complete catalog 
of twelve LP’s, ten of which are new 
issues. 

During this period, distributors will 
be billed for two free LP’s for every 
ten purchased (stereo or monaural). 
In addition, there will be sales quotas 
set up in three quota groups, with 
the winning distributor in each of the 
three groups receiving a one week 
paid round trip fare and accomoda- 
tions, within a thousand miles of the 
distrib’s home, for his wife and him- 
self at any winter resort in the U.S. 
If he is unable to take his vacation in 
the wintertime, the deal will still hold 
good for the summer. Should the dis- 
trib so desire, he can receive his prize 
in cash. 

Wynne will give the salesman a 
ten-cent bonus for every album sold 
by him to the dealer. There is no 
specific number of albums that have 
to be sold; the salesman will receive 
a dime from the very first album that 
he sells to his dealer. Bonus money 
will be mailed directly from the 
Wynne office to the salesman’s home. 
Sales prizes (a portable TV set) will 
be given to top salesmen in each of 
the three distrib groups. 

The Wynne LP catalog includes: 
“Heartaches In Hi-Fi” — Ted Weems; 
“Good Music For Warm People” — Lee 
Scott; “Like ‘Wow’” — Jackie Jocko; 
“Warm-Wild-Wonderful” — Rita Mo- 

reno; “Remember When” — Ted 
Weems; “Especially For You” — Lee 
Scott; “And Now” — the Metronomes; 
“Ellingtonia” — Cat Anderson & the 
Ellington All-Stars; “Jazz Dance 
Party” — Leroy Lovett; “Parlami D’- 
Amore” — Frank Verna; “Lee Plus 
Three” — Leroy Lovett; “Guitar Boogie 
Shuffle” — the Virtues. 


Newlyweds 



NEW YORK — Columbia recording star Jerry Vale is shown here in the 
first picture taken of him and his bride, actress-dancer Rita Grable. They 
were secretly wed by the Mayor of Mount Vernon, N.Y., Vale’s hometown, 
just before Labor Day. 

Currently touring New England, Vale has a new Columbia album due out 
soon, “The Same Old Moon.” He opens at La Cuccaracha nitery in Juarez, 
Mexico, November 20, for two weeks. 


Texas Plastics Offers 
Pressing & Distrib Service 


From the 20th Century-Fox CinemoScope Production 

"HOLIDAY FOR LOVERS" 



DALLAS, TEXAS — Texas Plastics, 
this city, announced last week that it 
is offering a complete pressing and 
distribution service for independent 
record companies. 

John W. Stephenson, president of 
the firm, outlined the Texas Plastics 
service, which is also available to 
established recording artists. 

The master tape submitted by the 
indie or artist is first screened by- 
Texas’ A&R department. Upon ac- 
ceptance, the indie pays Texas $450 
for 3,000 promotional copies of the 
record. The indie gets 1,000 of these 
disks for mailing to disk jockies and 
for other promotional purposes. The 
remaining 2,000 are mailed by Texas 
to national distributors. According 
to Stephenson: “If the record moves, 
all expenses for saleable copies to 
distributors and dealers are borne by 
Texas.” The indie receives 14% cents 
for each record sold. 

Stephenson disclosed that it has 
released, for the Whispering Pines 
label of Indianapolis, a single by the 
Hodges Bros. Band, “Searching My 
Dreams For You” and “I Dream of 
Loving You.” 

Interested parties for Texas’ service 
should contact Stephenson at Box 
1906, Dallas. 


Fury & Fire Promoter 



NEW YORK — Bobby Robinson 
(left) , president of the Fury and 
Fire labels, and vice president Clar- 
ence “Fats” Lewis (right), brief Wal- 
ly Roker, who has been signed to do 
promotion for the labels. 


HOLIDAY 

■ 

FOR 

LOVERS 



“It's What’s in THE CASH BOX That Counts— -INTERNATIONALLY” 





,The Cask Box 9 Music 


Page 52 October 3 , 1959 


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F* Sonus Plan 




NEW YORK — Sid Frey, president 
of Audio Fidelity Records, reported 
last week that his office is “being 
deluged with orders and requests for 
co-op advertising from retailers tak- 
ing advantage of the last days of 
our 994 bonus program.” New York 
retailers are especially active in the 
plan according to Frey. 

The diskery head advised everyone 
to get in under the Sept. 30 deadline 
as the program will definitely not be 
extended beyond it. The program of- 
fers consumers one AF monaural or 
stereo album for 99^ with the pur- 
chase of one AF monaural or stereo 
album at the suggested list price of 
$5.95 and $6.95 respectively. 

In making this announcement last 
week Frey disclosed that he is flying 
to the coast Sept. 29 to record the 


lew Music Box One Steps 


CHICAGO — Jim O’Dwyer, president 
of the chain of Music Box One-Stop 
record outlets, announced the opening- 
last week of two new record head- 
quarters for music operators. 

The first of this new group, also 
known as the Music Box, is located 
at 1902 Leeland Avenue in Houston, 
Texas. The manager is Charles Wake- 
field. Another outlet is skedded for 
opening October 1 at 1043 Broadway 
in Denver, Colorado. The manager, 
Jack Krug, is busily engaged in plan- 
ning an exciting opening there, ac- 
cording to O’Dwyer. 

Other Music Box One-Stops in the 
chain are located in Chicago, Dallas, 
and Atlanta, “ i 

second of two Louis Armstrong LP’s 
that he had contracted for. Recording 
sessions will take place at the Radio 
Recorders Studios on Sept. 30, Oct. 1 
and 2. The album will be released 
later this year. 



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Laurie Pacts Carroll 


NEW YORK — Laurie Records has 
signed Jack Carroll to a long-term 
recording contract, it was announced 
last week by A&R chief Gene 
Schwartz. 

According to Schwartz, Carroll can 
sing both pop and jazz. Accordingly, 
his first release will be a pop tune 
followed by a straight jazz release. 
The jazz end of Carroll’s recording 
dates will be supervised by Laurie’s 
new jazz director, Murray Singer, 
while Schwartz will oversee the pop 
date. 


Columbia Re-signs Vale 


NEW YORK — Jerry Vale has 
signed a new seven year contract 
with Columbia Records, it was an- 
nounced last week. At the same time, 
forthcoming release of Vale’s new 
album, “The Same Old Moon,” was 
disclosed. 

By way of promoting his new 
album the singer has been set by 
General Artists Corporation for en- 
gagements which will take him 
through the end of the year. Cur- 
rently in New England through Oc- 
tober 11, when he finishes a week’s 
engagement at the Chez Paree in 
Providence, R.I., he’ll open at the 
Mardi Gras in Baltimore for the week 
beginning October 19. Immediately 
following this he’ll return to play a 
two-week engagement at the Frolics 
in Revere, just outside Boston, then 
hop to Juarez, Mexico, to headline at 
La Cuccaracha from November 11 
through December 3. He’ll then return 
to the States and work his way back 
east. 

Accompanying Vale on the tour is 
his bride, Rita Grable, who just re- 
tired from her own career as an 
actress-dancer. They were secretly 
married by the mayor of Mount Ver- 
non, N.Y., Jerry’s hometown, August 
28. 


Court Upholds Bourne’s 
Title To “That Old Gang” 


NEW YORK — In a fifteen page 
opinion — supplemented by appropriate 
Findings of Fact and Conclusions of 
Law — Judge Dimock of the U.S. Dis- 
trict Court for the Southern District 
of New York, sustained Bourne Inc.’s 
claim of ownership of the “renewal” 
of copyright in the composition en- 
titled “That Old Gang Of Mine” which 
the composers Billy Rose, Ray Hen- 
derson and Mort Dixon had chal- 
lenged, contending that their April 
1923 assignment of the song to 
Bourne, Inc. (previously known as 
Irving Berlin, Inc.), did not effectively 
convey the renewal. 

Because the Court deemed “frivol- 
ous” the composers’ contention (as- 
serted in spite of settled law to the 
contrary ) that the original assign- 
ment of April 1923 did not convey 
the “renewal” to Bourne, Inc. and 
compelled Bourne, Inc. to litigate the 
composers’ claim (later withdrawn), 
that Bourne, Inc., had not performed 
its agreement, the Court awarded 
Bourne, Inc. not only the costs of the 
action but also the reasonable counsel 
fees and expenses which Bourne, Inc., 
incurred. 

Bourne, Inc., was represented by 
Phillips, Nizer, Benjamin, Krim & 
Ballon (Walter S. Beck, Simon Rose 
and Albert F. Smith, Trial Counsel); 
and the composers were represented 
by Schulman & Stern (John Schul- 
man, Trial Counsel). 


Syd Nathan Signs West 


Capitol Plans “Charge Day” 


HOLLYWOOD — Capitol Records 
plans a promo attack on the new 
Felix Slatkin LP, “Charge!” and 
September 23 has been tagged 
“Charge Day” by the diskex-y. 

On “Charge Day,” every Capitol 
salesman and promo man has been 
told to “charge” every disk jockey in 
his area. Album consists of martial 
music. 


CINCINNATI, OHIO — Sydney 
Nathan, president of King Records, 
announced last week the signing of 
Rudy West to an exclusive King re- 
cording contract. West was the origi- 
nal lead voice of the Five Keys when 
that group was recording for Capitol. 

The singer, who also writes most of 
his own material, is being rushed into 
recording sessions for his first solo 
disk, which has been set for release 
on Oct. 15. 


M Only the s® record* best suited for commercial u*e are reviewed by THE CASH BOX” 





The Cash Box, Music 


Page 53 


October 3, 1959 




Trio 



NEW YORK — Cathy Carr is 
flanked by WRCA disk jockey Jim 
Lowe and singer Jane Froman as she 
does some personal entertainment 
during her three week engagement 
at New York’s Copacabana, where 
she is appearing with Joe E. Lewis. 

Miss Carr’s newest Roulette single 
is “Personal Secret.” An album titled 
“Shy” is now being prepared. 


Marathon Records Formed 


HATTIESBURG, MISS.— The for- 
mation of Marathon Records, this 
city, was announced last week. Dr. 
J. Gerald Harvey heads the diskery, 
with ork maestro Jake McQueen A&R 
chief. 

A session has been cut on Marathon 
by the Original Five Blind Boys 
tagged “Take Your Burdens To 
Jesus” and “Weeping For A Mighty 
Long Time” and is skedded for re- 
lease this week. Other releases to fol- 
low will include decks by guitarist- 
vocalist Jesse Box, the Zionetts Morn- 
ing Stars and Original Blind Boys, 
the latter two in the religious field. 

The label is seeking artists in all 
fields and can be contacted at its of- 
fices at 512 Mobile St., this city. 

Meredith Willson To MC 
NARAS Awards TV’er 


NEW YORK — Meredith Willson 
has been signed to emcee the awards 
performances of the National Acad- 
emy of Recording Arts and Sciences 
(NARAS) to be televised in color by 
NBC-TV, 8-9 PM, EST, Sunday, No- 
vember 29. 

Willson's hit Broadway musical, 
“The Music Man,” won one of the 
first awards made by NARAS when 
it was voted the best original Broad- 
way cast album in 1958. He has 
achieved eminence in virtually every 
area of the music world, as an or- 
chestra leader and foremost musical 
director of big-time radio shows, com- 
poser of band, classical and popular 
music, and now as a musical comedy 
writer-composer-lyricist. 

The hour-long special will honor 
artists whose 1959 recordings are 
elected the year’s best by members of 
the Academy. It will differ from previ- 
[ ous awards shows by featuring live 
| performances by vocalists and mu- 
sicians who have won the gold Gram- 
my, NARAS’ counterpart of the “Os- 
V car” and “Emmy.” 

The record awards show will be 
produced and directed by Alan Hand- 
, ley for the Watchmakers of Switzer- 
land. It will be scripted by Bill Gam- 
mie and Ray Brenner. 


Mercury Records 
Pacts Modernaires 

CHICAGO — Mercury Records 
A&R Director, Art Talmadge last 
week announced the signing of the 
Modernaires, veterans of recording, 
TV and the motion pictures. The 
quintet recently completed a series of 
featured appearances with Tony Ben- 
nett on the Perry Como summer re- 
placement show and they are set for 
a featured spot on the new George 
Gobel TV-er starting October 11th on 
the CBS Network. “The Modernaires 
are established showmen and as a 
group they have a sound I’ve always 
liked”, says Talmadge. “We’re put- 
ting a single into quick release and 
have some exciting plans for their 
LP’s”. 

Personnel of the Modernaires con- 
sists of Hal Dickinson, Vern Polk, 
Alan Copeland, Chuck Kelly and (no 
relation) Paula Kelly. Among their 
TV stints have been The Bob Crosby 
Show for four years, Arthur Murray 
Show, Martin & Lewis Show, Red 
Skelton Show, Patti Page Show and 
Steve Allen Show. Films include, 
“Latin Lovers” for MGM, “Walkin’ 
My Baby Back Home”, Universal-In- 
ternational, “The Glenn Miller Story”, 
Universal-International and various 
musical shorts. 


Epic Dee Jay Contest 


NEW YORK- — Epic is conducting a 
national deejay contest on its new 
Arnold Stang issue, “Where Ya Call- 
ing From, Charlie?,” label promotion 
manager Herb Linsky announced last 
week. 

The jist of the contest is that any 
person named Charlie is to call the 
deejay he hears playing the Stang 
disk and state the location he is call- 
ing from. The person calling from the 
most unusual place will receive a lo- 
cal prize consisting of two show 
tickets and dinner with the deejay. 
The deejay then submits his local to 
a contest board at Epic in New York 
where a national winner will be 
chosen. Winning jock will win a new 
1960 Columbia portable phono. Con- 
test ends at 6 P.M., October 16. 


Rough Road Trip 


CHICAGO— Moe Preskell, during a 
successful tour through Washington, 
Baltimore and Cleveland with Ro- 
berta Shore (“Love At First Sight”) 
and Johnny Walsh (“So I’ll Never”), 
arrived in Chicago to appear on the 
Marty Faye Show. At 2:30 a.m., while 
returning to the Executive House, he 
was mugged 25 yards from the hotel 
by 3 assailants from a car. Pres- 
kell, was struck across the head 
and nose with the butt of a gun, black- 
ing both eyes and causing severe 
laceration on the head. He felt quite 
fortunate as he came out a little bet- 
ter than the other 2 victims of the 
same trio who were also hospitalized. 
One required 26 stitches and the other 
lost $300 and a watch in the trans- 
action. Jack Fine had to be called 
from the New York office to continue 
the tour which will take them to De- 
troit, Cincinnati and possibly St. 
Louis. 


Max Shulman Joins BMI 


NEW YORK — Novelist Max Shul- 
man has joined BMI as an affiliated 
songwriter, licensing the public per- 
formance of his music through that 
organization. With Hollywood com- 
poser Lionel Newman, Shulman is the 
co-writer of “The Ballad of Dobie 
Gillis,” which will be featured reg- 
ularly on the network television 
series, “The Many Loves of Dobie 
Gillis,” of which Shulman is the 
creator. 


Six New Atlantic 
R & R Packages 

NEW YORK — Atlantic Records 
announced last week that it is releas- 
ing six albums by its top rock and roll 
artists. The albums, all numbered in 
the 8000 series, are comprised of past 
singles hits by the artists. 

The six albums are: “Miss 
Rhythm,’ Ruth Brown; “What’d I 
Say,” Ray Charles; “Blues Ballads,” 
LaVern Baker; “Clyde,” Clyde Mc- 
Phatter; “Big Joe Is Here,” Joe Tur- 
ner; and “Dance Party,” The Clovers. 

Atlantic also disclosed that it is of- 
fering a special deal to dealers, 
through regular Atlantic distributors, 
that applies to the entire 8000 ($3.98) 
LP series. The deal expires Oct. 31. 


Everest Cutting In Europe 


NEW YORK — Two Everest record- 
ing teams, equipped with the latest 
equipment developed by the Belock 
Instrument Corporation, producers of 
Everest Records, are enroute to lo- 
cales in Europe on major assign- 
ments of special interest, Ted Waller- 
stein, vice pi-esident of Belock Instru- 
ment has announced. 

John Livadary, Technical Director 
of the Belock Staff and former head 
of Columbia Pictures Sound Division, 
is in charge of one unit going to 
Rome, Italy to begin the score record- 
ing for the new Mike Todd motion 
picture production, “The Scent of 
Mystery.” The recording will be made 
by Belock’s “unique” method that 
uses 35mm magnetic tape, instead 
of % inch tape as employed in 
standard recordings. The Todd picture 
also introduces a new process known 
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Cash Box initiates a new chart 
feature, “Looking Ahead.” 

As indicated beneath the title, 
the feature is a “compilation, in 
order of strength, of up and com- 
ing records showing signs of 
breaking into The Cash Box Top 
100. List is compiled from retail 
outlets.” 

Once again, this publication in- 
troduces a valuable aid for those 
in the record business — keeping 
them in close, accurate contact 
with new releases. (See feature on 
page 35). 


1 1 Riding For Mercury 


NEW YORK — The boys at Mercury 
are evidently coming-up with the 
right sounds, as eleven Mercury decks 
are on this week’s Top 100 happily 
indicates. 

The decks are: Sarah Vaughan’s 
“Broken Hearted Melody” (8); Phil 
Phillips’ “Sea Of Love” (13); Brook 
Benton’s “Thank You Pretty Baby” 
(43); the Platters’ “Where” (50); and 
“Wish It Were Me” (85); Dinah 
Washington’s “What A Difference A 
Day Made” (55) and “Unforgettable” 
(68); Boyd Bennett’s “Boogie Bear” 
(72); Jivin’ Gene’s “Breaking Up Is 
Hard To Do” (78); the Diamonds’ 
“Young In Years” (89); Patti Page’s 
“Goodbye Charlie” (96). 

Embee Action 


SAN FRANCISCO — Embee Rec- 
ords, San Francisco-based indie label 
headed by Paul Barrett, last week an- 
nounced the signing of Bay area 
singer-entertainer Milt Harris, and 
teenage composer-singer Michael 
Maffay to long term recording con- 
tracts. 

Distribution deals with thirty out- 
lets across the country have been set 
to handle Harris’ “The Dreamer” 
b/w “It Ain’t No Use To Cry” and 
Maffay’s “A Treasure of Love” b/w 
“Maybe You Don’t Care”. Backing on 
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LOS ANGELES— Film star Rock 
Hudson recently visited L.A. disk 
jockeys to promote his Decca record- 
ing of “Pillow Talk,” the title tune 
from his new Universal-International 
movie, which also stars Doris Day. 

1. Dick Whittinghill (KMPC) and 
Rock Hudson hold up the famous 
Whittinghill pennant. 

2. Rock and Ira Cook (KMPC). 

3. Johnny Grant (KMPC) inter- 
views Rock. 

4. The film star looks down on 
Johnny Magnus (KHJ). 


5. Hudson hands a copy of the disk 
to Aileen McKinney (KBIG). 

6. Andy and Virginia Mansfield 
(KFI) play host to Hudson. 

7. Arnold Marquis (KLAC) and 
Rock await the on-the-air signal. 

8. Clyde Caldwell (KPOP) gets his 
copy of the record from Hudson. 

9. At KNX (1 to r) Carole Steller, 
Bob Crane, Dick Janik (Decca Promo- 
tion man), Kathy Page (Northern 
Music) and Hudson. 

10. Mann Scharf, Peter Frank and 
Will Scott, Stars International, are 
visited by Rock here. 


Jule Styne Tribute 


LOS ANGELES— Three Los An- 
geles radio stations, KDAY, KBIG 
and KPOL, Chicago’s WAIF and 
WAIT and WOBS and WMGM in New 
York, joined two hundred other sta- 
tions throughout the country on 
Monday, September 21 to form the 
“Jule Styne Day Network” for one 
of the most extensive tributes the 
radio industry has ever paid a single 
man. 

All of the stations devoted most of 
their day’s schedule exclusively to 
songs by Styne, currently celebrat- 
ing his 25th Anniversary as a lead- 
ing ASCAP composer. 

Styne Day programs featured 
tributes to Styne taped by Frank 
Sinatra, Doris Day, Dean Martin, Vic 
Damone, Johnny Mathis, Nat “King” 
Cole, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Pat 
Boone, Bobby Darin, Sammy Davis, 
Jr., and Ethel Merman. 

Songstress Joni James officiated as 
national chairman of the salute to the 
song writer. 


D.J. Promo Trek 


NEW YORK — Harold Friedman, 
president of the disk consulting firm 
bearing his name, announced that Ray 
Meimberg,' head of his subsid firm, 
Concentrated Promotion Service, has 
left on a one-week disk jockey tour. 

Meinberg will be making the disk 
jockey rounds in Richmond, Washing- 
ton, Baltimore and Philadelphia work- 
ing on the Pepper record of “Heart 
And Soul”, “Torquay” on Top Rank, 
“Born To Love” on the D. R. label 
and “Upturn” on Rel. 

The Pepper, Rel and D. R. platters 
are being nationally distributed by 
Record Associates, another Friedman 
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Territorial 

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The Cash Box "Territorial Tips" chart highlights Rhythna 
and Blues records showing regional action, which hare 
not yet appeared in the national top 50. 


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AFTER HOURS 

Bill Doggeff (King 5227) 


* Indicates first appearance on Territorial Tips 

LIKE I LOVE YOU 

Edd Byrnes (Warner Bros. 50S7) 


*A LOVER'S PRAYER 

Dion & Belmonts (Laurie 3035) 


MAU MAU 

Waiters (Golden Crest 5 26) 


ANGEL FACE 

Jimmy Darin (Colpix 119) 

BELLS, BELLS, BELLS 

Billie & Lillie (Swan 4036) 

BETTY MY ANGEL 

Jerry Fuller (Challenge 5 9052) 

BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO 

Jivin' Gene (Mercury 71485) 

CHAPEL OF DREAMS 

Dubs (Gone 5 069) 

CLOUDS 

Spacemen (Alton 254) 

COME A LITTLE CLOSER 
Romance Watson (Coral 62133) 

‘COME ON AND GET ME 
Fabian (Chancellor 1041) 

‘CRYING IN THE CHAPEL 

Sonny Till & Orioles (Jubilee 6001) 

CUTTIN' OUT 
IF I ONLY KNEW 
Prof Longhair (Ron 362) 

DANNY BOY 

Conway Twitty (MGM 12826) 

‘DECK OF CARDS 

Wink Martindale (Dot 15968) 

EVERYDAY I HAVE THE BLUES 
B. B. King (Kent) 

EVERY LITTLE THING I DO 

Dion & Belmonts (Laurie 3035) 

HELPLESS 

Solitaires (Old Town 1071) 

I AIN'T GOIN' FOR THAT 

Eugene Church (Class 254) 

I AIN'T NEVER 

Webb Pierce (Decca 30923) 

IF YOU LOVE ME 

Laver n Baker (Atlantic 2033) 

I'M ALRIGHT 

Little Anthony & Imperials (End 1053) 

I'M YOUR SLAVE 

Fiestas (Old Town 1069) 

IN THE MOOD 

Ernie Fields (Rendezvous 110) 

I NEED YOUR LOVE SO BAD 

Vocaleers (Paradise 113) 

I WANT YOU SO BAD 

James Brown & Five Flames (Federal 12348) 

I WONDER 

Lee Andrews (United Artists 757) 


MONA LISA 

Carl Mann (Phillips 3539) 

Conway Twitty (MGM 12804) 

MY MOST PRECIOUS POSSESSION 

Memo's (Memo 5000) 

NO TIME TO CRY 

Earl Nelson (Ebb 164) 

NO WHERE TO GO 

lohnny Adams (Ric 963) 

POCO LOCO 

Gene & Eunice (Case 101) 

PRETTY LITTLE MAMA 

Joe Hinton (Back Beat 526) 

PRIMROSE LANE 

Jerry Wallace (Challenge 59047) 

PROMISES 

Chuck Carbo (Rex 1003) 

ROBBIN' THE CRADLE 

Tony Bellus (NRC 023) 

ROCK-A-MA-ROLE 
CHA-ROCK-A 
Intruders (Fame 616) 

SLOW MOTION 

Wade Flemons (Vee-Jay 321) 

SMALL WORLD 

Johnny Mathis (Columbia 41410) 

SOMEDAY 
IS IT REAL 

Bobby Blue Bland (Duke 310) 

SOMETHIN' ELSE 

Eddie Cochran (Liberty 55203) 

THE CATERPILLAR CRAWL 

Strangers (Titan 1701) 

THE SHAPE I'M IN 

Johnny Restivo (RCA Victor 7559) 

THIS IS MY CONFESSION 
Nappy Brown (Savoy 1569) 

THREE LITTLE PIGS 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount 1 0032) 

TILL THE DAY I DIE 

Bob Gaddy (Old Town 1070) 

YOU BETTER DIG IT 

Bill Johnson (Tales 402) 


‘YOU BETTER KNOW IT 
NEVER GO AWAY 

Jackie Wilson (Brunswick 55149) 

WALKING TO NEW ORLEANS 

Jim Specs Hawthorne (Bingo 1001) 

WHAT IS LOVE 

Playmates (Roulette 4160) 

WHERE 

WISH IT WERE ME 

Platters (Mercury 77502) 


JOEY'S SONG 

Bill Haley (Decca 30956) 

JUST TO BE WITH YOU 

Passions (Audicon 102) 



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Dinah Washington Mercury 71508 


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Spacemen Alton 254 


POCO LOCO ' 


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Gene & Eunice Case 1001 


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REGIONAL RECORD REPORTS 



1. MACK THE KNIFE 
Bobby Darin (Atco) 

2. I'M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

3. SEA OF LOVE 

Phil Phillips (Mercury) 

4. RED RIVER ROCK 
Johnny & Hurricanes 
(Warwick) 

5. SLEEPWALK 
Santo & Johnny 
(Canadian American) 

6 YOU BETTER KNOW IT 
' Jackie Wilson (Brunswick) 

Isle y Brothers (RCA Victor) 

8. I DON’T KNOW 
Ruth Brown (Atlantic) 

9. POISON IVY 
Coasters (Atco) 

10. THE ANGELS 
LISTENED IN 
Crests (Coed) 


ST. LOUIS 


1. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

2. SAY MAN 

Bo Diddle y (Checker) 

3. I DON’T KNOW 
Ruth Brown (Atlantic) 

4. SLEEPWALK 
Santo & Johnny 
(Canadian American) 

5. HEY LITTLE GIRL 
Dee Clark (Abner) 

6. BROKEN HEARTED 
MELODY 

Sarah Vaughan (Mercury) 

7. SHOUT , x . 

Isley Brothers (RCA Victor) 

8. I LOVES YOU PORGY 
Nina Simone (Bethlehem) 

9. DON’T YOU KNOW 
Della Reese (RCA Victor) 

10. SEA OF LOVE 

Phil Phillips (Mercury) 


PHILADELPHIA 



1. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

2. THE ANGELS 
LISTENED IN 
Crests (Coed) 

3. POISON IVY 
Coasters (Atco) 

4. BROKFN HEARTED 
MELODY 

Sarah Vaughan (Mercury) 

5. TEEN BEAT 

Sandy Nelson (Original) 

6. HEY LITTLE GIRL 
Dee Clark (Abner) 

7. I’M GONNA BE A 
WHEEL SOMEDAY 
Fats Domino (Imperial) 

8. MIDNIGHT STROLL 
Revels (Norgolde) 

9. DON’T YOU KNOW 
Della Reese (RCA Victor) 

10. NO TIME TO CRY 
Earl Nelson (Ebb) 


1. POISON IVY 
Coasters (Atco) 

2. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

3. SEA OF LOVE 

Phil Phillips (Mercury) 

4. HEY LITTLE GIRL 
Dee Clark (Abner) 

5. SLEEPWALK 
Santo & Johnny 
(Canadian American) 

6. SHOUT 

Isley Brothers (RCA Victor) 

7. TEEN BEAT 

Sandy Nelson (Original) 

8. MACK THE KNIFE 
Bobby Darin (Atco) 

9. JOEY’S SONG 
Bill Haley (Decca) 

10. YOU BETTER KNOW IT 
Jackie Wilson (Brunswick) 


CHICAGO 



1. SLEEPWALK 
Santo & Johnny 
(Canadian American) 

2. THANK YOU 
PRETTY BABY 
Brook Benton (Mercury) 

3. BROKEN HEARTED 
MELODY 

Sarah Vaughan (Mercury) 

4. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

5. HEY LITTLE GIRL 
Dee Clark (Abner) 

6. I DON’T KNOW 
Ruth Brown (Atlantic) 

7. YOU BETTER KNOW IT 
Jackie Wilson (Brunswick) 

8. I LOVES YOU PORGY 
Nina Simone (Bethlehem) 

9. WHAT’D I SAY 

Ray Charles (Atlantic) 

10. MIDNIGHT FLYER 

Nat " King " Cole (Capitol) 


NEWARK 



1. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

2. I WANT TO 
WALK YOU HOME 
Fats Domino (Imperial) 

3. SAY MAN 

Bo Diddley (Checker) 

4. THE CLOUDS 
Spacemen (Alton) 

5. SLEEPWALK 
Santo & Johnny 
(Canadian American) 

6. HEY LITTLE GIRL 
Dee Clark (Abner) 

7. IS IT REAL 

Bobby Blue Bland (Duke) 

8. SOMEDAY 

Bobby Blue Bland (Duke) 

9. WHAT’D I SAY 

Ray Charles (Atlantic) 

10. MACK THE KNIFE 
Bobby Darin (Atco) 


LOS ANGELES 



1. SLEEPWALK 
Santo & Johnny 
(Canadian American) 

2. POISON IVY 
Coasters (Atco) 

3. MACK THE KNIFE 
Bobby Darin (Atco) 

4. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

5. SEA OF LOVE 

Phil Phillips (Mercury) 

6. RED RIVER ROCK 
Johnny & Hurricanes 
(Warwick) 

7. BROKEN HEARTED 
MELODY 

Sarah Vaughan (Mercury) 

8. YOU BETTER KNOW IT 
Jackie Wilson (Brunswick) 

9. POCO LOCO 

Gene & Eunice (Case) 

10. IN THE MOOD 

Ernie Fields (Hickory) 


SAN FRANCISCO 



1. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

2. MACK THE KNIFE 
Bobby Darin (Atco) 

3. SLEEPWALK 
Santo & Johnny 
(Canadian American) 

4. MR. BLUE 
Fleetwoods (Dolton) 

5. WHAT’D I SAY 
Ray Charles (Atlantic) 

6. POISON IVY 
Coasters (Atco) 

7. I LOVES YOU PORGY 
Nina Simone (Bethlehem) 

8. THE ANGELS 
LISTENED IN 
Crests (Coed) 

9. SEA OF LOVE 

Phi i Phillips (Mercury) 

10. RED RIVER ROCK 
Johnny & Hurricanes 
(Warwick) 


NEW ORLEANS 



1. SLEEPWALK 
Santo & Johnny 
(Canadian American) 

2. POISON IVY 
Coasters (Atco) 

3. RED RIVER ROCK 
Johnny & Hurricanes 
(Warwick) 

4. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

5. MACK THE KNIFE 
Bobby Darin (Atco) 

6. HEY LITTLE GIRL 
Dee Clark (Abner) 

7. IF I ONLY KNEW 
Prof. Longhair (Ron) 

8. BREAKING UP 
IS HARD TO DO 
Jivin' Gene (Mercury) 

9. I LOVES YOU PORGY 
Nina Simone (Bethlehem) 

10. PUT YOUR HEAD 
ON MY SHOULDER 
Paul Anka (ABC-Paramount) 


DALLAS 



1. 1 LOVES YOU PORGY 
Nina Simone (Bethlehem) 

2. POISON IVY 
Coasters (Atco) 

3. SEA OF LOVE 

Phil Phillips (Mercury) 

4. LEAVE MY 
KITTEN ALONE 
Little Willie John (King) 

5. SAY MAN 

Bo Diddley (Checker) 

6. MACK THE KNIFE 
Bobby Darin (Atco) 

7. TILL I KISSED YOU 
Ever! y Brothers (Cadence) 

8. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

9. I DON’T KNOW 
Ruth Brown (Atlantic) 

10. SLEEPWALK 
Santo & Johnny 
(Canadian American) 


ATLANTA 



1. POISON IVY 
Coasters (Atco) 

2. HEY LITTLE GIRL 
Dee Clark (Abner) 

3. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

4. I DON’T KNOW 
Ruth Brown (Atlantic) 

5. SAY MAN 

Bo Diddley (Checker) 

6. WHAT’D I SAY 
Ray Charles (Atlantic) 

7. THE ANGELS 
LISTENED IN 
Crests (Coed) 

8. I WANT TO 
WALK YOU HOME 
Fats Domino (Imperial) 

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Jackie Wilson (Brunswick) 


DETROIT 



1. SLEEPWALK 
Santo & Johnny 
(Canadian American) 

2. MACK THE KNIFE 
Bobby Darin (Atco) 

3. SEA OF LOVE 

Phil Phillips (Mercury) 

4. WHAT’D I SAY 

Ray Charles ( Atlantic ) 

5. BROKEN HEARTED 
MELODY 

Sarah Vaughan (Mercury) 

6. I’M GONNA 
GET MARRIED 

Lloyd Price (ABC-Paramount) 

7. HEY LITTLE GIRL 
Dee Clark (Abner) 

8. MR. BLUE 
Fleetwoods (Dolton) 

9. MARY LOU 

Ronnie Hawkins (Roulette) 
10. I LOVES YOU PORGY 
Nina Simone (Bethlehem) 



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Little Jr. Parker (Duke 3 09) 

LEAVE MY KITTEN 
£1 ALONE (22) 

Little Willie John (King 521 9) 

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*• Bobby Darin (Atco 6147) 

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40 A DAY MAKES (25) 

Dinah Washington (Mercury 71435) 

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3 Miracles (Chess 1734) 

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*4 Johnny & Hurricanes ( Warwick 509) 

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Frankie Avalon (Chancellor 1040) 

g SEA OF LOVE (3) 

® Phil Phillips (Mercury 71465) 

I'M GONNA BE A WHEEL 
J| SOMEDAY (24) 

Fats Domino (Imperial 5606) 

„ 1 WANT TO WALK 

/ YOU HOME (9) 

Fats Domino (Imperial 5606) 

THERE'S SOMETHING 
J4 ON YOUR MIND (26) 

Big Jay MeNeely (Swingin' 614) 

ft 1 LOVES YOU PORGY (7) 

O Nina Simone (Bethlehem 11021) 

ftft DON'T YOU KNOW (44) 

WW Della Reese (RCA Victor 7591) 

A HEY LITTLE GIRL (12) 

51 Dee Clark (Abner 1029) 

ft 4 LOVE POTION #9 (41) 

Clovers (United Artists 180) 

BROKEN HEARTED 

10 MELODY (10) 

Sarah Vaughan (Mercury 71477) 

ftC BABY TALK (21) 

WW Jan & Dean (Dore 522) 

|| WHAT'D 1 SAY (8) 

Ray Charles (Atlantic 2031) 

ft® MARY LOU (39) 

*4 0 Ronnie Hawkins (Roulette 4177) 

1ft YOU BETTER KNOW IT (17) 

““ Jackie Wilson (Brunswick 55149) 

ftft IT WAS 1 (28) 

*4 • Skip & Flip (Brent 7002) 

1 ft SAY MAN (14) 

Bo Diddley (Checker 931) 

ft© UNFORGETTABLE (— ) 

W® Dinah Washington (Mercury 71508) 

|J THE THREE BELLS (11) 

■ * The Browns (RCA Victor 7555) 

ft A LET NOBODY LOVE YOU (29) 

W V Little Willie John (King 5219) 

|E TILL 1 KISSED YOU (16) 

• Everiy Bros. (Cadence 1369) 

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* Lavern Baker (Atlantic 2033 ) 

|J* TEEN BEAT (19) 

■ O Sandy Nelson (Original 5) 

4 

1 CLOUDS ( — ) 

■ Spacemen (Alton 254) 

THE ANGELS 

1/ LISTENED IN (23) 

Crests (Coed 515) 

4: 

1 YOU WERE MINE (47) 

* Fireflies (Ribbon 6901) 

|® MIDNIGHT FLYER (13) 

“O Nat "King" Cole (Capitol 424S) 

4: 

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* Andre Previn & David Rose (MGM 12792) 

THANK YOU PRETTY 
10 baby (15) 

Brook Benton (Mercury 71478) 

4' 

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■ Gene & Eunice (Case 1001) 

ft A LAVENDER BLUE (18) 

“RA Sammy Turner (Big Top 3016) 

4! 

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P Flamingos (End 1055) 

ftl THERE GOES MY BABY (20) 

“ “ Drifters (Atlantic 2025) 

41 

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* Chuck Berry (Chess 1737) 

nn PUT YOUR HEAD 

££ ON MY SHOULDER (30) 

Paul Anka (ABC-Paramount 10040) 

4 ; 

t KISSIN' TIME (38) 

Bobby Rydell (Cameo 167) 

41 

» I'M A HOG FOR 
\ YOUR LOVE (48) 

Coasters (Atco 6146) 

ftft 1 DON'T KNOW (33) 

“3 Ruth Brown (Atlantic 2035) 

ft 4 MR. BLUE (37) 

“*■ Fleetwoods (Dolton 5) 

4! 

1 PROMISE LANE (— ) 

4 Jerry Wallace (Challenge 59047) 

ftE SHOUT (32) 

Isley Brothers (RCA Victor 7588) 

51 

1 IT'S TOO LATE (42) 

P Tarheel Slim & Little Ann (Fire 1000) 


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R & B Reviews 


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B 

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c 

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B+ 

EXCELLENT 

C+ 

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“I GOT THE MESSAGE” (2:58) [Star, Mercedes BMI — Ogilvy, Ogilvy] 
“PSYCHO SERENADE” (2:08) [Mercedes BMI— McNeely, Warner] 
BIG JAY McNEELY (Swingin' 618) 

• McNeely ’s band, with Little Sonny Warner holding down the vocal 
end, broke through on their initial Swingin’ outing, “There’s Some- 
body On Your Mind.” This latest issue finds the two talents combined 
on another potent session. Side with the hit future is “I Got The Mes- 
sage,” a languidly paced ballad lament that’s given the full sincere 
treatment. “Psycho Serenade” is a real frantic bit with all sorts of 
weird noises. 


“GIVE ME LOVE” (2:00) [Pioneer BMI — Johnson, Johnson] 
“TEARDROPS” (2:20) Venice BMI— Williams, Christy] 

LARRY WILLLIAMS (Specialty 677) 

• Williams’ hit-making stature will definitely be increased by this 
Specialty release on which the vigorous pleading heard on “Give Me 
Love” will be getting lots of attention. Side’s a rafter-shaking rhythm 
rocker featuring solid chorus & ork support. Underneath, everything 
quiets down for a delicately carved rock-a-ballad. 


There should be strong R&B activity for the following artists whose 
new releases are Pop (Pick Of The Week) choices this issue: the 
Drifters, Brook Benton, Sam Cooke, Bobby Day, Nina Simone and 
Huey Smith. 


PIANO RED 
(Jax 1000) 

p “THIS OLD WORLD” (2:14) 
ISc [Lowery BMI — Jackson] A riot- 
ous musical and vocal session on 
which Red makes with raucous Ray 
Charles-like sounds. He’s aided by 
the Meter-Tones. A joyous roof- 
raiser that should also raise some 
cash for Red. 

p , “I FEEL GOOD” (1:37) [Lowery 
I* * BMI — Smith] Red and the Meter- 
Tones make another simliar excur- 
sion into wild sounds here. Hot cou- 
pling that should make money for the 
NRO-distributed label. 


LLOYD GLENN 
(Aladdin 3459) 

B “LONG GONE” Part 2 (2:10) 
[Premium BMI — Thompson] In- 
teresting beat-filled, up-tempo instru- 
mental that features some fine sax 
and guitar solos. Good programming 
and dance session. 

B “LONG GONE” Part 1 (2:10) 
[Premium BMI — Thompson] 
Start of the instrumental that picks 
up its steam on part 2. 

THE TAYLORTOPS 
(Alton 2000) 

B “I WANNA BE THAT WAY” 
(1:52) [Co-Op BMI — Taylor] 
The femme group creates a happy 
atmosphere chanting this bright 
rhythm rocker. Good lively deck. 

p , “I’LL SEE YOU SOMEWHERE” 
WT(2:40) [Darlyne BMI — Taylor] 
An expressive ballad stint completes 
the coupling. 

WALTER HAMILTON COMBO 
(Fortune 849) 

f«, “PEACHES AND CREAM” [Tri- 
wT anon BMI — Hamilton] The com- 
bo grooves out an up-tempo big beat 
instrumental. 

P, “SHERRY BLUES” [Trianon 
vt* BMI — Hamilton] The instrumen- 
tal here is a slow moving, low down 
blues piece. 


LAZY LESTER 
(Excello 2166) 

p , “LATE LATE IN THE EVE- 
D+NING” (2:00) [Excellorec BMI— 
West] Interesting light rhythmic af- 
fair, with the blues outlook, is de- 
livered with feeling and sincerity. 
Can make noise. 

B “I LOVE YOU, I NEED YOU” 
(2:23) [Excellorec BMI — West] 
Soulful reading of an earthy pleader, 
taken at a slow, pounding pace. 

CLIFF DRIVER’S COMBO 
(Neptune 111) 

B “JUICY FRUIT” Part 1 (2:45) 
[Shaw, Jaybird BMI — Driver, 
Stan] Hot rocking instrumental blues 
is carved out with lots of funk by 
the combo. Guitar and organ provide 
the solid solo work. 

B “ JUICY FRUIT” Part 2 (2:03) 
[Shaw, Jaybird BMI — Driver, 
Stan] Continuation of the above. 
Good juke and programming piece. 

DAHL SCOTT 
(C. J. 600) 

C “I’VE GOT SOMETHING FOR 
YOU” (2:50) [BMI— Jones] O.K, 
reading of a lightly swinging roman- 
tic ditty. Ike Perkins’ band supports. 

C “DON’T SAY NO” (2:50) [BMI 
— Jones, Monroe] Middle beat 
pleader is delivered with sincerity by 
the thrush. 


THE DIXIE 

HUMMINGBIRDS (Religious) 

(Peacock 1803) 

p, “NOBODY KNOWS THE 
0+TROUBLE I SEE” (2:59) [Lion 
BMI — Arr. Tucker] Exquisite read- 
ing of this ancient blues-spiritual 
convincingly gets across its tormented 
message. Lead Ira Tucker, who also 
did the fine arrangement, sings with 
full-throated sincerity. A classic ren- 
dition which maintains the group’s 
high standing in the field. 

P , “THE FINAL EDITION” (2:20) 
O’r [Lion BMI — Tucker] Joyous, 
hand-clapping gospel number. The 
group effectively transmits the jubi- 
lee feeling. Top notch coupling. 



MELODY MART 
Paducah, Ky. 

1. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

2. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

3. What'd I Say (R. Charles) 

4. Thank You Pretty Baby 

(B. Benton) 

5. You Better Know It (Wilson) 

6. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

7. So High So Low (L. Baker) 

8. Since You've Been Gone 

(C. McPhatter) 

9. There's Something On Your 

Mind (B. J. McNeely) 

10. Let The Sun Shine (J. Otis) 

MAXWELL RADIO 

Chicago, Illinois 

1. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

2. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

3. You Better Know It (Wilson) 

4. Mary Lou (R. Hawkins) 

5. Poco Loco (Gene & Eunice) 

6. Bad Girl (Miracles) 

7. Thank You Pretty Baby 

(B. Benton) 

8. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

9. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

10. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 


HEIGHTS 
Dallas, Texas 

1 . Come And Get Me (Fabian) 

2. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

3. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

4. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

5. Just Ask Your Heart 

(F. Avalon) 

6. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

7. Lonely Street (A. Williams) 

8. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

9. Twice As Nice (McPhatter) 

10. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 


Top Selling Records 

Reported fy 


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From Coast to Coast 

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ADVANCE MUSIC CO. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

1. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

2. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

3. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do 

a (J. Gene) 

4. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

5. What A Difference A Day 

Makes (D. Washington) 

6. Somethin' Else (E. Cochran) 

7. There Comes A Time (Scott) 

8. Unforgettable (Washington) 

9. So Tenderly (Mystics) 


FRANK'S POP SHOP 
New Orleans, La. 

1. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

2. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

3. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

4. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

5. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do 

(J. Gene) 

6. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

7. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

8. My True True Love (Clanton) 

9. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

10. Kissing Time (B. Rydell) 


POPULAR TUNES 
Memphis, Tenn. 

1. It's Too Late (T. Slim) 

2. I Loves You Porgy (Simone) 

3. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

4. Say Man (B. Diddley) 

5. You Better Know It (Wilson) 

6. Tell Me You Care (5 Royals) 

7. You're Mine (Falcons) 

8. Got You On My Mind 

(J. Turner) 

9. Leave My Kitten Alone 

(L. W. John) 

10. Shout (Isley Brothers) 


CALIFORNIA MUSIC CO. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

T . Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P, Anka) 

3. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

4. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

5. t m Gonna Get Married 

6. Three Beils (The Browns)' 

7 . Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 

8. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

9. Morgen (I. Robic) 

10. Don't You Know (D. Reese) 

MELO TONE MUSIC SHOP 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

2. Three Bells (The Browns) 

3. You Were Mine (Fireflies) 

4. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

5. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

6. Sleepwalk (Santo £, Johnny) 

7. Baby Talk (Jan & Dean) 

8. The Angels Listened In 

(Crests) 

9. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

10. Don't You Know (D. Reese) 

HORN'S RECORDS 
Detroit, Mich. 

1 . Porgy (N. Simone) 

2. Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny) 

3. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

4. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

5. Midnight Flyer (N. Cole) 

6. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

7. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

8. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

9. Cute Little Ways (Ballard) 

10. Love Potion #9 (Clovers) 



R&B 
Disk Jockey 

REGIONAL RECORD REPORTS 


GEORGE COSTA 
WALE — Fall River, Mass. 

1. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

2. I Cried (J. Damiano) 

3. Poison ivy (Coasters) 

4. Teen Beat ($. Nelson) 

5. There Goes My Love 

(Fantastics) 

6. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

7. Love Walked In (Flamingos) 

8. In The Still Of The Night 

(Five Satins) 

9. A Lover's Prayer 

(Dion & Belmonts) 
10. Just To Be With You 

(Passions) 


BILL SCHULTZ 
WTNT — Tallahassee, Fla. 

1. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

2. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

3. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

4. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

5. I Loves You Porgy (Simone) 

6. What'd I Say (R. Charles) 

7. It Was 1 (Skip & Flip) 

8. There Goes My Baby 

(Drifters) 

9. Broken Hearted Melody 

(S. Vaughan) 
10, Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 


BOB BARRY 

WTKM— Hartford, Wise. 

1. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 

2. Thank You Pretty Baby 

(B. Benton) 

3. Reck-A-Ma-Role (intruders) 

4. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

5. Oh Yeah (Travis & Bob) 

6. Just As Much As Ever 

(B. Beckham) 

7. Mr. Blue (Fleetwoods) 

8. Tenderly (F. Henderson) 

9. Every Little Thing You Do 

(Dion & Belmonts) 
10. Charlie (Gino & Gina) 


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BEN A. NOE, JR. 

KCLV — Clovis, N. M. 

1. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

2. Just Ask Your Heart 

(F. Avalon) 

3. Put Your Head On My 

Shoulder (P. Anka) 

4. Shout (Isley Bros.) 

5. Baby Talk (Jan & Dean) 

6. Teen Beat (S. Nelson) 

7. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

8. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

9. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 
10. Sea Of Love (P. Phillips) 


GARY K. SMITH 
WBRU — Providence, R. I. 

5. I'm Gonna Get Married 

(L. Price) 

2. What'd I Say (R. Charles) 

3. Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

4. Red River Rock 

(Johnny & Hurricanes) 

5. Mack The Knife (B. Darin) 

6. Three Bells (Browns) 

7. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnny) 

8. Teen Beat (S, Nelson) 

9. Like Young (Previn & Rose) 
10. The Angels Listened In 

(Crests) 


LARRY GAR 
WLBG — Laurens, S. C. 

1. Shout (Isley Bros.) 

2. Just Ask Your Heart 

(F, Avalon) 

3. Mary Lou (R. Hawkins) 

4 Poison Ivy (Coasters) 

5 . The Way To My Heart (Carr) 

6. It's A Sin To Tell A Lie 

(B. Cortez) 

7. The Angels Listened In 

(Crests) 

8. Makin' Love (F. Robinson) 

9. Tennessee Waltz (Comstock) 
10, I Don't Know (R. Brown) 


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BOB "THE CAT" 
ROUNDTREE 

WAAA — Winston-Salem, N.C. 


2. It's Too Late (T. Slim) 

3. If It Wasn't For Love 

(D. Clark) 

4. I Want To Walk You Home 

(F. Domino) 

5. Hey Little Girl (D. Clark) 

6. Say Man (B. Diddley) 

7. What'd I Say (R. Charles) 

8. Tu-Ber-Cu-Lucas & Sinus 

Blues (H. Smith) 

9. It Was You (J Brown) 

10. How Well I Remember 

(Sunsets) 


JOE TOMATO 
WBAX — Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 


1- Oh Rose Marie (Fascinators) 

2 . Miss Rubberneck Jones 

(T. Turner) 

3. It Was You (J. Brown) 

4. Bad Girl (Miracles) 

5. Island Of Love (Sheppards) 

6. Cute Little Ways 

(H. Ballard & Midnighfers) 

7. Leave My Kitten Alone 

(L. W. John) 

8. Say Man (B. Diddley) 

9. Miracle (5 Knights) 

10. Dedicated To The One ! Love 
(Shirelles) 


PHIL MC CLURE 
WVLK — Lexington, Ky. 

1. Shout (Isley Bros.) 

2. Like I Love You (E. Byrnes) 

3. Poppa Daddy (R. Brown) 

4. Love Walked In (Flamingos) 

5. You're Mine (Falcons) 

6 . Okeefenokee (F. Cannon) 

7. Red River Rock 

(johnny & Hurricanes) 

8. Go? The Feeling (Fabian) 

9 . Come And Get If (Peterson) 
10, Mary Lou (R. Hawkins) 


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HENRY TUCK 

WMBL — Morehead City, N.C. 

1 . T'nree Bells (Browns) 

2. Stone Eternal (J. Reed) 

3. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

4. Ninety-Nine (B. Anderson) 

5 . Our Church, Your Wedding 

(R. Drusky) 

6 . Partners (J. Reeves) 

7. Country Girl (F. Young) 

8. Ten Thousand Drums (Smith) 

9. Heartaches By The Number 

(R. Price) 

10. The Last Ride (H. Snow) 

CLIFF WALDON 
WGGG — Gainesville, Fla. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Country Girl (F. Young) 

3. Homebreaker (S. Davis) 

4. Morgan Poisoned The Water 

Hole (S. Crum) 

5. Little Dutch Girl (Morgan) 

6. Don't Tell Me Your Troubles 

(D. Gibson) 

7. Chain Gang (F. Hart) 

8. Grin And Bear It (Newman) 

9. Your Wild Life's Gonna Get 

You Down (K. Wells) 

10 Partners (J. Reeves) 


TED BROWN 
KUDE — Oceanside, Calif. 

1. Above And Beyond 

(W. Stewart)) 

2. No Regrets (C. Belew) 

3. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

4. Chain Gang (F. Hart) 

5. I'm Beginning To Forget 

You (J. Reeves) 

6. Don't Tell Me Your Troubles 

(D. Gibson) 

7. Next Time (E. Tubb) 

8- Battle Of Blue And Gray 
(L. Frizzell) 

9. The Last Ride (H. Snow) 

10. What's The Good Of All 
This Love (E. Arnold) 


BILL BENTLEY 
KTLQ — Tahlequah, Okla. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

3. Country Girl (F. Young) 

4. Partners (J. Reeves) 

5. I Got Stripes (J. Cash) 

6. Don't Tell Me Your Troubles 

(D. Gibson) 

7. Sailor Man (Johnny & Jack) 

8. Johnny Reb (J. Horton) 

9. Five Feet High And Risin' 

(J. Cash) 

10. Little Dutch Girl (Morgan) 


CARL FITZGERALD 
WMOX — Meridian, Miss. 

1. You're Learning (Louvins) 

2. He'll Have To Go (B. Brown) 

3. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

4. Heartaches By The Number 

(R Price) 

5. Little June (T. Collins) 

6. I Guess I'm Gettin' Over 

You (H. Thompson) 

7. Chain Gang (F, Hart) 

8 Next Time (E. Tubb) 

9. The Party Of The First Part 
(H. Snow) 

10. The Best Part Of Me (Gray) 


BILL MOORE 
WAGS — Bishipville, S. C. 

1. Country Girl (F. Young) 

2. Under Your Spell Again 

(B. Owens) 

3. The Last Ride (H. Snow) 

4. While You're Cheating On 

Me (Louvins) 

5. I'd Be Fool Enough (Newman) 

6. John Wesley Hardin 

(J. Skinner) 

7. Partners (J. Reeves) 

8. Your Wild Life's Gonna Get 

You Down (K. Wells) 

9. Someone You Have Forgot- 

ten (Flatt & Scruggs) 

10. I Got Stripes (J. Cash) 


PECOS PETE BROWN 
KWIP — Merced, Calif. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Don't Tell Me Your Troubles 

(D. Gibson) 

3. Country Girl (F. Young) 

4. Katy Too (J. Cash) 

5= Heartaches By The Number 
(R. Price) 

6. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

7. Half Breed (M. Rainwater) 

8. Partners (J. Reeves) 

9. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 
10. Who Shot Sam (G. Jones) 


RAMBLIN' LOU 
WJJL— Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

1. Under Your Spell (R. Price) 

2. Big Midnight Special 

(Coopers) 

3. Country Girl (F. Young) 

4. Jimmy Brown (M. Wiseman) 

5. Country Express (W. Raney) 

6. Grin And Bear It (Newman) 

7. Poor Little Jimmy (H. Willis) 

8. John Wesley Hardin' 

(J. Skinner) 

9. Somebody's Back In Town 

(Wilburns) 

10. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 


PAUL KIRKSEY 
WBAC — Cleveland, Tenn. 

1. Country Girl (L. Young) 

2. Such A Fool (R. Drusky) 

3. Heartaches By The Number 

(R. Price) 

4. Ninety-Nine (B. Anderson) 

5. Heartbreak Avenue (Gibson) 

6. Our Church, Your Wedding 

(R. Drusky) 

7. Into My Arms Again (Jones) 

8. I'm Beginning To Forget 

You (J. Reeves) 

9. Your Wild Life (K. Wells) 
10. Deep In The Heart Of A 

Fool (T. Durlen) 



Country 
Disk Jockey 

REGIONAL RECORD REPORTS 


Country Reviews 

A BULLSEYE B VERY GOOD C FAIR 

B+ EXCELLENT C+ GOOD D MEDIOCRE 

“Only those records best suited tor commercial use are reviewed by The Cash Box'* 



“A FOOL SUCH AS I” (2:31) “PRISONER’S SONG” (2:33) 
[Leeds ASCAP — Trader] [Shapiro-Bernstein ASCAP — 

Massey] 

SLIM WHITMAN (Imperial 8322) 

• These two oldies should witness a revival via Whitman’s beautiful, 
delicate handling of them. The singer is a sentimental delight on “A 
Fool Such As I,” the tune that Presley scored big with a short while 
back. An equally touching reading is given the sad “Prisoner’s Song.” 
Two weepers that fit perfectly into both the country and pop scenes. 


“SWEETHEART DON’T COME “HEARTACHES, TEARDROPS 
BACK” (2:17) AND SORROW” (2:12) 

[Central BMI — Cox] [Buna BMI — Murdock, Hargiss] 

JEAN SHEPARD (Capitol 4279) 

• The thrush’s strong new entry, which follows her “Better Love Next 
Time” click, can make it via both ends. On “Sweetheart Don’t Come 
Back,” a traditional country weeper, she turns in an appropriately heart- 
felt reading. “Heartaches, Teardrops and Sorrow,” a slow moving rock- 
blues statement, given solid blue justice by Jean, is angled for two- 
market coin. Either way, she’s a winner. 



Johnny Cash, Stonewall Jackson, Mitchell Torok, Carl Mann grace 
the Pop (Pick Of The Week) section this week and their pressings 
command country attention, too. 


FRED SHERWOOD 
(Brooke 110) 


JIMMY AND JOHNNY 
(D 1089) 


JIMMY SIMPSON 
KBYR — Anchorage, Alaska 

1. Under Your Spell (B. Owens) 

2. I'm An Oilfield Boy 

(J. Simpson) 

3. That's The Feeling (L. Bonds) 

4. Moon Joe (L. Williams) 

5. Farther Than My Eyes Can 

See (F. Hart) 

6 . What I Know About Her 

(E. Tubb) 

7. Storm Within My Heart 

(B. Walker) 

8. Country Girl (F. Young) 

9. Give Me Death (S. Davis) 
10. Foolish Affair (L. Butler) 


GEORGE WASHINGTON 
TUCKER 

WEKR — Fayetteville, Tenn. 

1. Thunder Across The Border 

(A. Delmore) 

2. Three Bells (Browns) 

3. Old Moon (B. Foley) 

4. I Got Stripes (J. Cash) 

5. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

6. Who Shot Sam (G. Jones) 

7. Chain Gang (F. Hart) 

8. The Bear Flew Over The 

Ocean (J. Driftwood) 

9. You Go To Your Church 

(B. Clifton) 

10. Battle Of Kookamonga 

(Homer & Jethro) 


RAY ODOM 

KHAT — Phoenix, Ariz. 

1 . Three Bells (Browns) 

2. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

3. Don't Tell Me Your Troubles 

(D. Gibson) 

4. Till I Kissed Yoe (Everlys) 

5. Chain Gang (F. Hart) 

6. Johnny Reb (J. Horton) 

7. Who Shot Sam (G. Jones) 

8. Ten Thousand Drums (Smith) 

9. Battle Of Kookamonga 

(Homer & Jethro) 
10. Sleepwalk (Santo & Johnn/) 


BUCK BENSON 
WLBR — Lebanon, Pa. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. The Last Ride (H. Snow) 

3. My Mary (J. Davis) 

4. Jimmy Brown (M. Wiseman) 

5. I Wouldn't Change You If I 

Could (Reno & Smiley) 

6. Who Shot Sam (G. Jones) 

7. You Go To Your Church 

(B. Clifton) 

8. New Freedom Bell 

(Country Gentlemen) 

9. Big Midnight Special 

(Coopers) 

10. Country Girl (F. Young) 


JACK CALL 

KCKN — Kansas City, Kansas 

1. The Last Ride (H. Snow) 

2. Sal's Got A Sugar Lip 

(J. Horton) 

3. Farther Than My Eyes Can 

See (F. Hart) 

4. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

5. You're Learnin' (Louvins) 

6. Partners (J. Reeves) 

7. Joey's Song (B. Haley) 

8. What I Know About Her 

(E. Tubb) 

9. A Worried Man 

(Kingston Trio) 
10. Run Boy Run (S. Clark) 


BOB BARRY 

WTKM — Hartford, Wise. 

1. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

2. Country Girl (F. Young) 

3. Three Bells (Browns) 

4. I Got Stripes (J. Cash) 

5. Johnny Reb (J. Horton) 

6. Katy Too (J. Cash) 

7. Partners (J. Reeves) 

8. Battle Of Kookamonga 

(Homer & Jethro) 
9 Five Feet High and Risin' 

(J. Cash) 

10. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 


BILL MACK 
KDAV— Lubbock, Tex. 

1. Sweet Ramona (R. Miller) 

2. I Got Stripes (J. Cash) 

3. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

4. Under Your Spell (R. Price) 

5. Wild And Wicked World 

(Johnny & Jack) 

6. Honky Tonk World 

(Dempsey) 

7. I'm An Oilfield Boy 

(J. Simpson) 

8. Moon Joe (L. Williams) 

9. Who's Next In Line (James) 
10. I Can't Forget The Rains 

(P. W. Short) 


SHERIFF DAVIS 
WLOW— Norfolk, Va. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

3. Deck Of Cards (Martindale) 

4. Country Girl (F. Young) 

5. I Got Stripes (J. Cash) 

6. Partners (J. Reeves) 

7. Don't Tell Me Your Troubles 

(D. Gibson) 

8. Am I That Easy To Forget 

(C. Belew) 

9. Heartaches By The Number 

(R. Price) 

10. Tennessee Stud (E. Arnold) 


DUTCH MEYER 
KXLL — Missoula, Mont. 

1. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

2. Grin And Bear It (Newman) 

3. Johnny Reb (J. Horton) 

4. I Got Stripes (J. Cash) 

5. Old Moon (B. Foley) 

6. Till I Kissed You (Everlys) 

7. Partners (J. Reeves) 

8. Country Girl (F. Young) 

9. Next Time (E. Tubb) 

10. Heartbreak Avenue (Gibson) 


F. L. "DID" DWYER 
KLMO — Longmont, Colo. 

1. Partners (J. Reeves) 

2. I Got Stripes (J. Cash) 

3. Three Bells (Browns) 

4. Ring The Bells For Johnny 

(N. Miller) 

5. Tennessee Stud (E. Arnold) 

6. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

7. Ten Thousand Drums (Smith) 

8. Johnny Reb (J. Horton) 

9. Willy Quit Your Playing 

(B. Grammer) 

10. Jimmy Brown (M. Wiseman) I 


MARY WILSON 
KCLX — Colfax, Wash. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. Country Girl (F. Young) 

3. I Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

4. Partners (J. Reeves) 

5. The Butcher Boy (H. J. Van) 

6. Soldier's Joy (H. Hawkins) 

7. Grin And Bear It (Newman) 

8. Jimmy Brown (M. Wiseman) 

9. Our Church, Your Wedding ! 

(R. Drusky) ! 
10. Ten Thousand Drums (Smith) I 


SLIM JIM JORDAN 
CKRC — Winnipeg, Man., Can. 

1. Three Bells (Browns) 

2. 3 Ain't Never (W. Pierce) 

3. Country Girl (F. Young) 

4. Partners (J. Reeves) 

5. Waterloo (S. Jackson) 

6. Who Shot Sam (G. Jones) 

7. S Got Stripes (J. Cash) 

8. Tennessee Stud (E. Arnold) 

9. Ten Thousand Drums (Smith) 
10. Grin And Bear It (Newman) 


B “WON’T YOU RIDE IN MY 
LITTLE RED WAGON” (2:20) 
[Peer Inti. BMI — Griffin] Perry 
Hunt’s band sets up the driving beat 
and Sherwood wails the cute lyrics. 
Deck’s a dance floor winner. 

B “DREAM BOAT” (2:30) [Jan 
Pat BMI — Sherwood] Another 
thumping pop styled beat is featured 
on the frantic romantic here. 


LEON McAULIFF 
(Cimarron 4043) 

B_l“ L00KIN ’ GLASS ” ( 1:45 > 
[Cimarron BMI — Kaundart] 

Long time country star makes a po- 
tent bid for sleeper honors with his 
sock chanting of this delightful, live- 
ly romancer. His Cimarron Boys back 
up nicely. Bears watching. 

B “WAPANUKA” (1:48) [Cimar- 
ron BMI — McAuliff] This slide is 
slanted to attract two-market coin. 
It’s a middle beat, solid rocking in- 
strumental that Leon and his boys at- 
tack with vigor. 


COUNTRY GENTLEMEN 
(Starday 455) 

B “NEW FREEDOM BELL” (2:30) 
[Starday BMI — Osborne] Inspir- 
ational theme is treated to the boys’ 
harmonic efforts. Good Bluegrass 
sound is achieved. 

B “THE HILLS AND HOME” 
(2:20) [Starday BMI — Duffey] 
More of the same down-home flavor 
is grooved into the fast paced deck. 


JIM EANES 
(Starday 456) 

U , “LOG CABIN IN THE LANE” 
0 ‘ (2:50) [Starday BMI — Eanes] 
Eanes displays extremely capable 
mountain chanting, on this Bluegrass 
styled ditty. Ace disk for the market. 

B “BUDDED ROSES” (2:55) 
[Starday BMI — Eanes] More in 
the true country flavor is this weep- 
ing, medium paced ballad. 


« “MY LITTLE BABY” (2:05) 
®“*"[Glad BMI — Hollowell, Fau- 
theree] Cute little ditty is cleverly 
waxed by the duo. Appealing, quick 
paced opus rates close attention. 

B “ALL I NEED IS TIME” (2:11) 
[Glad BMI — Hollowell, Fauthe- 
ree] Scene changes to a lament and 
the boys do it up in fine sad ballad 
fashion. 


CLAUDE GRAY 
(D 1093) 

#■ , “BEST PART OF ME” (2:40) 

V > [Glad BMI — Breeland, Buskirk] 
Plaintive weeper is feelingfully ex- 
plored by Gray. 

#• “LONELINESS” (2:30) [Glad 

V i BMI — Buskirk, Simmons] Gray 
continues to lament his fate here. 


HANK HARRAL 
(Caprock 114) 

» , “(I’VE GOT A) MORTGAGE ON 
0 • YOUR HEART” (2:45) [Starrite 
BMI — Harral, Harbet] Harral can re- 
turn to prominence on the country 
scene via his convincing work on this 
beautiful love song. The sensitive 
ballad could go a long way with suffi- 
cient exposure. 

p , “OKLAHOMA LAND” (2:15) 
D>"[Larrah BMI — Harral] Another 
potent effort by Harral here. Tune’s 
a quick paced opus with a western 
love theme. Also bears watching. 


CECIL NULL 
(Revolvo 29) 

f« .“ROCK ROLL AND REMEM- 
If+BER” (2:38) [Cal-Lee BMI — 
Null, Redman] Romantic waltz with 
a teen theme is sincerely read. 

n, “PLEASE DON’T GO” (2:46) 
[Cal-Lee BMI — Null, Redman] 
Waltz also sets the pace for this tear- 
drenched side. 


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Page 59 


October 3. 1959 



Country 
Round Up 




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KDAV-Lubbock, Texas celebrates its 6th Anniversary this month and 
they’re planning a bang-up country music show for the occasion 10/9 with 
a line-up that includes Ernest Tubb, Ray Price, Skeeter Davis and a host of 
others — at the Lubbock City Aud. KDAV’s Bill Mack, who claims the station 
f has 15,000 country music club members, notes that his new Starday release, 
1 “Johnny’s Gal Frankie” and “Loneliest Fool In Town,” can be had by jocks 
who write to him at 2801 54th, Lubbock, Texas. . . . The Ernest Tubb and 
Texas Troubadours-Skeeter Davis unit just about ending up its 45-day fair 
season in Texas, Okla. and Ark. The Ray Price and 
Cherokee Cowboy outfit’s also currently concluding 
its long fair sked. Skeeter and Charlie Walker will 
join Tubb and Price for a 4-day, 10/1-4 set in Mich. 
Show was booked by Curtis Artist’s Prod, and Phil 
Simon of Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . Pee Wee King, 
happy about the current revivals of his co-cleffed 
“Tennessee Waltz” smasheroo, letters that his unit 
recently pulled an all-time crowd high, 4,021 folks, 
for the Westport, Ind. Annual Kiwanis Barbeque and 
Horse Show. The group joins Minnie Pearl for 10/2, 
3 & 4 dates Oklahoma City’s Springlake Park. . . . 
Now that KWIP, located at the Hotel Tioga, Merced, 
Calif, is programming c&w music, with Pecos Pete 
Brown handling 314 hours per day, the station would 
bill mack appreciate it if the labels will put ’em on their 

mailing lists. . . . Lawton Williams infos that he and 
Browns recently played to a packed house at the 
Ft. Worth “Cowtown Hoedown.” Lawton had been a regular at the Big “D” 
in Dallas until last week. He adds that his “Moon Joe” Victor deck is attract- 
nig lots more action since the Russians’ success. Williams also notes that 
Billy Walker’s wife Boots presented Bill with a baby gal named Tina. Con- 
grats! 

| * * * * * 

The next-few weeks line-up for the Prince Albert 
portion of the WSM-“Opry” reads as follows; 9/26- 
MC-Ferlin Husky, guest— Betty Johnson; 10/3-MC- 
Faron Young, guest — Louvin Bros.; 10/10-MC-Jim 
Reeves, guest — Mac Wiseman; 10/17-MC-Ray Price, 
guest — Wilburn Bros.; I0/24-MC-Ernest Tubb, guest 
— undecided; 10/31-MC-undecided, guest — Johnnie & 
Jack. WSM’s Trudy Stamper notes that Decca’s 
Benny Martin, fully recovered from his recent auto 
accident, dropped in to plug his newest coupling, “If 
I Can Stay Away Long Enough” and “Untrue You.” 
Deejays can have the pressing if they write to Benny 
care of WSM-Nashville, Tenn. . . . Victor’s Jim 
Reeves, a mainstay with the label since ’55, has been 
inked to a new 5-year contract as a result of a huddle 

BENNY MARTIN between Jim’s Mgr. Herb Shucher and RCA’s Steve 

Sholes. While in N.Y. Herb also negotiated with MCA 
whereby the agency’ll handle all phases of TV, movies 
Hand other related fields of the Browns (whom Herb also manages). . . . Carl 
Fitzgerald, WMOX-Meridian, Miss, reports lotsa activity on Ray Price’s 
“Under Your Spell Again” (Columbia), Hank Thompson's “Guess I’m Gettin’ 
Over You” (Capitol) and Jimmy Dean’s new Columbia version of the ole 
Bob Willis click, “Stay A Little Longer.” . . . Lloyd Royal, Meridian, Miss, 
theatre owner and producer of several flicks, is making arrangements to have 
a country music package show at his Meridian Fair 
this year. Royal’s producer-promoter of the fair which 
opens 10/12. . . . Jim Denny thrilled with the initial 
reaction to the Cedarwood-published, “Igmoo,” the 
tag of Stonewall Jackson’s latest Columbia slice. . . . 
Ed Jackson, VP of Broadcast Records, wants everyone 
to know that the diskery is on the prowl for top c&w 
and folk singers and that they can place songs with 
any pubbery they desire. Interested parties can send 
any type of tape of their voice to headquarters at 
2410 2nd St., Bakersfield, Calif, or to the 5109 Slate 
St., Ft. Worth, Texas branch. 

* * * * * 

Nat Nigberg’s “Country America” troupe, which 
just completed a 7-day stint at the West Texas State 
johnnie & jack Fair, Abilene broke the all-time record in the history 

of this annual presentation, according to John Wom- 
ble, prexy of the W. Texas C.O.C. 

The show, which featured the Everly Bros., Bobby Darin, Johnny Horton, 
Stonew all Jackson, Gene Sheldon and Leon McAuliffe with his Cimmaron 
Hoys, racked up $96,501 in paid admissions. . . . Margarett Fish, 5917 — 14 Ave. 
S., Minneapolis 17, Minn., letters that she just started a fan club for Razor- 
back’s Carl Blankenship. Carl’s current release couples “I’d Like To Set You 
To Music” and “I Can’t Live To See Tomorrow.” . . . Don Gibson set to do 
his newest Victor, two-sided chart-riders, “Don’t Tell Me Your Troubles” and 
“Heartbreak Avenue” at the Athens, Ga. Fair on 9/25 and 26, in Campbellsville, 
Ivy. on 10/9 and Elkins, W. Va. on the 12th. . . . Jimmy Bolton, Riverside, 
i N.J. distribs for “D” items that the big “D” records up his way are Eddie 
Noack’s “A Thinking Man’s Woman,” Tommy Durden’s “Deep In The Heart 
Of A Fool,” Cecil Bowman’s “Cotton,” Claude Gray’s “Loneliness” and Billy 
Parks’ Razorback waffle, “Why Do I Keep On Crying?” . . . Don Ralke and 
Fess Parker are treking way out of Los Angeles city limits this coming 
week to procure the services of 4 country musicians. Parker, who has a 
feature role in an upcoming Paramount release “Jayhawkers,” has scheduled 
‘Ralke to wax a single for his Cascade label — “Jayhawkers” (based on the 
pixs title) h/w “Lonely” (number penned by Parker). The four musicians 
will join Ralke’s ork to give the waxing a “country-style” feeling. 




The Cash 

Countr 


I 

THREE BELLS 

The Browns (RCA Victor 7555) 

(1) 

2 

1 AIN'T NEVER 

Webb Pierce (Dacca 30923) 

(2) 

3 

COUNTRY GIRL 

Faron Young (Capitol 42 33) 

(3) 

4 

PARTNERS 

Jimmy Reeves (RCA Victor 7557) 

(4) 

5 

1 GOT STRIPES 

Johnny Cash (Columbia 41427) 

(5) 

6 

DON'T TELL ME YOUR 
TROUBLES 

(8) 


Don Gibson (RCA Victor 7566) 


; 

i 

WHO SHOT SAM 

George Jones (Mercury 71464) 

(7) 

8 

TENNESSEE STUD 

Eddy Arnold (RCA Victor 7542) 

(6) 

9 

GRIN AND BEAR IT 

Jimmy Newman (MGM 12812) 

(13) 

10 

HEARTACHES BY 
THE NUMBER 

Ray Price (Columbia 41374) 

(10) 

11 

JOHNNY REB 

Johnny Horton (Columbia 41437) 

(15) 

12 

('TIL) 1 KISSED YOU 

Everly Bros. (Cadence 1369) 

(21) 

13 

SAL'S GOT A SUGAR LIP 

Johnny Horton (Columbia 41437) 

(9) 

14 

10,000 DRUMS 

Carl Smith (Columbia 41417) 

(16) 

15 

OLD MOON 

Betty Foley (Bandera 1034) 

(18) 

16 

JIMMY BROWN 
THE NEWSBOY 

Mac Wiseman (Dot 15946) 

(23) 

17 

BATTLE OF 
KOOKAMONGA 

(19) 

Homer & Jethro (RCA Victor 7585) 

18 

OUR CHURCH 
YOUR WEDDING 

Roy Drusky (Decca 30943) 

(14) 

19 

NINETY-NINE 

Bill Anderson (Decca 30914) 

(17) 


20 


Hawkshaw Hawkins (Columbia 41419) 
Jerry Reed (NRC 5008) 


ACROSS THE NATION 


41. GIVE ME DEATH. 

42. PARTY OF THE SECOND PART. 

43. FAMILY MAN. 

44. FARTHER THAN MY EYES CAN SEE 

45. MORGAN POISONED THE WATER HOLE. 


P©s. Last 
Week 


21 

CHAIN GANG 

Freddie Hart (Columbia 41456) 

(31) 

22 

FIVE FEET HIGH 
AND RISING 

Johnny Cash (Columbia 41427) 

(25) 

23 

WATERLOO 

Stonewall Jackson (Columbia 41393 ; 

(11) 

i 

24 

SAWMILL 

Mel Tillis & Bill Phillips 
(Columbia 41426) 

(20) 

25 

THE LAST RIDE 

Hank Snow 
(RCA Victor 7586) 

(43) 

26 

HOMEBREAKER 

Skeeter Davis (RCA Victor 7570) 

(32) 

27 

JOHN WESLEY HARDIN 

Jimmy Skinner (Mercury 71470) 

(22) 

28 

KATY TOO 

Johnny Cash (Sun 321) 

(27) 

29 

BIG MIDNIGHT SPECIAL 

Wilma Lee 4 Stoney Cooper 
(Hickory 1098) 

(29) 

30 

LITTLE DUTCH GIRL 

George Morgan (Columbia 4-41420, 

(24) 

I 

31 

NO REGRETS 

Carl Belew 
(Decca 30947) 

(33) 

32 

I'M BEGINNING 
TO FORGET YOU 

Jim Reeves (RCA Victor 7557) 

(26) 

33 

THE STORM WITHIN 
MY HEART 

Billy Walker (Columbia 41433) 

(35) 

34 

NEXT TIME 

Ernest Tubb 
(Decca 30952) 

(36) 

35 

SOMEBODY'S BACK 
IN TOWN 

Wilburn Bros. (Decca 30871) 

(30) 

36 

SAILOR MAN 

Johnnie & Jack (RCA Victor 7545) 

(28) 

37 

UNDER YOUR SPELL 

Buck Owens (Capitol 4245) 
Ray Price (Columbia 41977) 

(49) 

38 

HEARTBREAK AVENUE 

Don Gibson (RCA Victor 7566) 

(34) 

39 

CABIN IN THE HILLS 

Lester Flat t & Earl Scruggs 
(Columbia 41389) 

(38) 

40 

CHASIN' A RAINBOW 

Hank Snow (RCA Victor 7524) 

(39) 


46. BOW DOWN YOUR HEAD AND CRY. 

47. ABOVE AND BEYOND. 

48. YOU'RE LEARNING. 

49. DECK OF CARDS. 

50. BOO BOO STICK BEAT. 


‘It’s What’s in THE CASH BOX That Counts — INTERNA T ION ALL Y” 



SEEBURG STEREO 
TO COMPLETELY 





The Cash Box 


Page 61 ( Editorial ) 


October 3 , 1959 


I 




“Frankenstein” 


The story of “Frankenstein” is so well known, its 
connotation is now used as a description of disaster — 
you build a monster which eventually destroys you. 

The most important single item in operating is the 
“location”. Precedent, established thruout the years, 
has determined a commission arrangement between the 
operator and the location owner. In practically every 
area thruout the country, it is the same. Operators 
have tried to obtain better commission arrangements, 
and in some isolated instances, have been successful. 
To safeguard his interest in the location, operators sign 
“location agreements” — 1 year, 2 years, 3 years or 5 
years. The location owner, for many years has been 
happy with this arrangement. 

However, in the past several years, the location 
owner has been given an advanced education in bar- 
gaining with coin machine operators. He now pits one 
operator against another. The operator who conies up 
with the largest “bonus” or “loan” winds up with the 
location. Even those locations who know that his 
operator offers the better service and best equipment 

I': 

is a target. “Joe Gilch”, he says, “just offered me $500. 
4ou’re a nice fellow and I’m happy with you. Give 
me $400, and we’ll continue as we have.” 

Even the location tied up with a contract becomes 


a source of worry. In some instances, the contract is 
violated. Even if a law suit is instituted, it’s a cause of 
considerable grief. In other instances, the location 
owner waits until the contract is expiring, and then 
puts on the pressure for a “bonus” before signing a 
new contract. 

While the “bonus” is great source of grief to the 
operator, were it not for the offers of unfair competi- 
tors who offer outlandish sums for the “spot”, the 
legitimate operator could work his way around the 
problem. But, these unfair offers create the trouble. 
The operator of record either has to meet the “bonus” 
offer (or come close to it), or give up the location. In 
many instances, the unfair competitor soon finds out 
that he paid too much, and “pulls” his machine, or 
takes a terrific financial beating. However, the damage 
is done, and the first operator has lost a location. 

Many operators are complaining bitterly — claim- 
ing that the “bonus Frankenstein” will destroy many 
of the operators. 

“Is there any way of defeating this ‘Franken- 
stein’?”, operators keep asking. We don’t know. May- 
be a long term contract, personal attention and friend- 
ship with the location owner, top service and top 
equipment may be a deciding factor. 



Page 62 


CASH BOX OPENS 4 EUROPEAN 
BRANCH OFFICES SERVING COINMEN 


October 3, 1959 


M.O.V. CONVENTION HUGE SUCCESS AS 
OPS, DISTRIBS, MFRS., ATTEND SHOW 


lapresentatives Appointed In England, 
Germany, Italy, Benelux Countries 


Two Day Program Offers Forums, 
Exhibits, Banquet and Entertainment 


NEW YORK — The Cash Box takes 
great pride in announcing- to its sub- 
scribers the opening of four offices in 
Europe. Beginning- with the October 
10 issue representatives of The Cash 
Box will be at wox-k in England, Ger- 
many, Italy, and the Benelux coun- 
tries (Holland, Belgium and Luxem- 
burg). 


NEW YORK — As reported in pre- 
vious issues of The Cash Box, an- 
nouncement of “The Young Men’s 
Coin Machine League” has met with 
tremendous response from almost 
every state in the union as well as 


Members of the coin machine trade 
in these countries are requested to 
contact our representatives listed 
below. In the future, other areas will 
be opened up, however-, coinmen who 
do not as yet have a representative 
in their areas are requested to send 
in their news items, subscriptions and 
advertisements direct to The Cash 
Box, 1721 Broadway, N.Y. 19, N.Y. 


many foreign coin countries. 

If you are in the coin machine in- 
dustry, and are under 40 years of age, 
you are eligible to join “The Young- 
Men’s Coin Machine League.” Join 
the young men in our industry and 
mail the coupon below, today! 



ROBERT H. MINOR 


RICHMOND, VA. — Robert H. 
Minor, secretary-treasurer, Music 
Operators Of Virginia, this city, was 
elected president for the 1960 operat- 
ing season, succeeding J. D. Chan- 
dler, who will assume the post of 
M.O.V. director. Minor advised last 
week that the Music Operators of 
Virginia 1959 Convention, held in this 
city September 11 and 12, at the John 
Marshall Hotel, (reported in The 
Cash Box last week), was “a good 
time which was had by all who at- 
tended. Much progress was made 
along the lines of problems besetting 
operators in our area and the success 
of our show was due to the untiring 
efforts of all of our members includ- 
ing the firms who supported our con- 
vention with exhibit booths showing- 
complete lines of equipment. We are 
sure this show was the beginning of 
a regular annual operator convention 
here in Virginia.” Following is a re- 
capitulation of the convention pro- 
ceedings as reported by Minor, with 
photographs of the convention activi- 
ties appearing on page 66. Photos of 
several exhibit booths, including Rock- 
Ola, Wico Corporation and Pat’s One- 
Stop Record Co., were not available 
for publication when this story went 
to press. 

The M.O.V. convention opened with 
registration on Friday, September 11 
promptly at 9:00 a.m. with the Show 
Display Floor opening at 9:30 a.m. 
continuing- until 2:00 p.m. 

Our first general session opened 
promptly at 2:00 p.m. with John D. 
Chandler presiding. Following the 
presentation of colors and the Na- 
tional Anthem, Monsignor Anthony 
Korkamaz, Pastor of St. Anthony’s 
Catholic Church rendered the invoca- 
tion. Honorable A. Scott Anderson, 
Mayor of the City of Richmond wel- 
comed the visiting operators and their 
families and friends to Richmond. 
Also speakers on this part of the 
program were Wilbur Walker, Ad- 
ministrative Assistant to Governor of 
Virginia who gave a most interesting- 
talk, also Nicholas Allen, Attorney 
for Music Operators of America; John 
W. Boyle, Executive Vice-President 
of Mountain Trust Bank in Roanoke, 
Virginia; A. D. Palmer, Sales Promo- 
tional Manager of Wurlitzer Com- 
pany; Honorable W. Hobart Booth, 


Marty Toohey, 

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New York 19, N. Y» 

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Member of West Virgnia State Legis- 
lature; and James Hutzler, Director 
of Music Operators of America. 

On Friday evening a forum meet- , 
ing was held at 7 :30 p.m. with James 
Hutzler of M.O.A. and Chester Cooper 
of O’Connor’s Distributors, Inc. act- 
ing as moderators. This was an in- 
formative discussion on “Ten Cent 
Play,” “Cigarette Vending,” and “How 
to Improve Routes.” 

The Hospitality Rooms by A.M.I. 
(Roanoke Vending Exchange); Rock- 
Ola, (General Music Sales Co. Inc.); 
Seeburg, (Musical Sales Co.); United, 
(Double-U-Sales Corp.) ; Wurlitzer, 
(O’Connor Distributors, Inc.); Allen, 
(Allen Distributing Co.); Pat’s, (Pat’s 
One Stop Record Shop); were well 
attended during the evening. The di- 
rectors and officers of M.O.V. held an 
open house drawing- a large number of 
distributors and operators, which were 
represented from all sections of the 
state. 

Saturday’s session opened at 9:30 
a.m. Jack R. Clanton, Attorney for 
M.O.V. spoke on the Celler Bill. Also 
Ernest Bently spoke on public rela- 
tions. Following the morning session 
a sight-seeing trip throughout historic 
Richmond was taken by the ladies. 
Later a ladies luncheon was held in 
honor of M.O.V.’s One-Year Anniver- 


sary. Prizes were awarded at both of 
these events. 

The general session was opened at 
2 p.m. by President Chandler. Speak- 
ers on the afternoon program were 
Sam Weisman from Double-U-Sales 
Corporation who made an excellent 
talk followed by Art Daddis from 
Automatic Music, Inc. Daddis spoke 
on “Do You Want To Make A Buck” 
and illustrated it by throwing $1 bills 
into the audience and was well re- 
ceived with a big chuckle. 

Also in this meeting, the motion, 
“To back and support the Music Oper- 
ators of America in the fight against 
the Celler Bill known as the ASCAP 
bill, and not to accept any type of 
compromise that will create additional 
burden on the Music Operators 
through the U.S. was carried by un- 


animous vote. 

Business having convened, the 
M.O.V. conventionists were now look- 
ing forward to an afternoon of relax- . 
ation and entertainment. The schedule 
of events began with a Cocktail Hour 
followed by dinner. The outstanding- 
entertainment of the evening was a 
three hour floor show under the di- 
rection of John Cameron. 

Prizes were awarded by the follow- I 
ing companies: Roanoke Vending Ex- 
change, Inc. — A.M.I. Model J-200 Ste- 
reo with two full range speakers; 
Musical Sales Company — Seeburg 
Cigarette Machine; General Vending 
Corporation — 800-E Model Pool Table 
by Fisher. 

Four charitable Organizations were' 
given stereophonic record players and 
albums by Music Operators of Vir- 
ginia. They were as follows: Masonic 
Home of Virginia (Orphans); Beth- 
Sholom Home of Virginia (Aged Jew- 
ish); Little Sisters of Poor (Aged 
Catholic); Richmond Nursing Home 
for Aged (Colored). 

(Continued on page 65) 


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October 3 9 1959 1 



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5-Ball Game Is A Single Player 



SAM LEWIS 


CHICAGO — Sam Lewis, vice presi- 
dent and sales director of Williams 
Electronic Manufacturing Company, 
this city, reported that the firm’s new 
“Golden Bells” single player pinball 
game was released to the trade last 
week and is currently being shipped 
to distributors throughout the 
country. 

Lewis asserted that the game was 
tested in various locations for sev- 
eral months and that excellent play 
was indicated in all locations. 

Actually, production was scheduled 
for early October, according to Lewis, 
but demand by busy operators prompt- 
ed Sam Stern, president of Williams 
Electronic Manufacturing Company, 
and Lewis to move production ahead. 


“Golden Bells” is a high scoring 
game with ten golden bells strung 
diagonally across the brilliantly 
lighted backglass. Scoring is classi- 
fied as follows: When a player lights 
up any five bells in a row (top, bot- 
tom, or from the center) he earns a 
“Special.” When seven bells in a row 
are lighted he is awarded a “Super 
Special.” Ten bells in a row is the 
high and rates a “Triple Special.” 

Bells are lighted when the player 
projects balls toward targets and 
bumper targets on the playfield. 
There are advance kickers at both 
sides of the playfield and two flippers 
at the bottom to stimulate added 
action with balls. 

Lewis demonstrated the affect the 
game has on location when lights are 
out in the room. The game illuminates 
brightly. The wide, lighted backglass 
is contrasted by the bright colored 
bells. 

“We urge operators to look in on 
their Williams distributor,” Lewis 
stated, “and play ‘Golden Bells’ them- 
selves. They will be just as excited 
about this new pinball game as we 
and our distributors are”. 



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DISTRIBUTORS FOR AMI • WILLIAMS . GOTTLIEB . BALLY 
ENGLAND'S LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS 

Rock V Roll Necessary For 
Happy British Troops 

LONDON, ENG. — As reported in 
the Canadian press last week, the War 
Office in Great Britain will install 
juke boxes in two English troopships 
for British soldier listening. 

“British soldiers miss their rock ’n’ 
roll while in transit”, said a spokes- 
man for the War Office, “and we think 
the installation of juke boxes aboard 
our troopships will keep them happy.” 


Will Sell or Trade 

RECONDITIONED • LIKE NEW 

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Unconditional Guarantee 

For further information call or write: 

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407 MADISON AVENUE 
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 
Tel.: JAckson 5-6091 


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The Cash Box 


October 3, 1959 


Page 64 


LAST CALI/ 

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(Dated: October 10) 

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October 1959 




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Music Ops Of Virginia 
Hold First Convention 

(Continued from page 62) 


RINGING UP GOLDIN PROFITS m OPERATORS 


The following companies having 
booths on display and beautifully de- 
corated were A.M.I., Roanoke Vending- 
Exchange; Rock-Ola, General Music 
Sales, Inc.; Seeburg, Musical Sales 
Company; United, Double-U-Sales 
Corporation; Wurlitzer, O’Connor Dis- 
tributors, Inc.; Wico (Stereo Conver- 
sion) Wico Corporation, Chicago; 
Pat’s One Stop, Pat’s Record Shop; 
Allen, Allen Distributing Company. 

The mink stoles displayed at the 
Wurlitzer Booth were modeled by two 
of Virginia’s beauties, Mrs. K. A. 
O’Connor and Mrs. Frank Creery. 
Miss Pat Beville, Miss M.O.V. acted 
as Hostess for the convention. 

M.O.V. Officers and Directors for 
1960 are as follows; President Robert 
H. Minor, Richmond; First Vice-Pres- 
ident, Harry Lubman, Petersburg; 
Second Vice President, V. E. Martin, 
Portsmouth; Secretary-Treasurer, 
Mrs. Harry Lubman, Petersburg. Di- 
rectors: M. F. Frye, Winchester; G. 
M. Haney, Fredericksburg; E. W. 
Harvey, Kilmarnock; E. L. Ward, 
Roanoke; A. S. Nicholson, Norfolk; 
George Rollo, Hampton; E. L. Sim- 
mons, Danville; Bernard Inge, Nor- 
folk; J. D. Chandler, Richmond. At- 
torneys: Jack R. Clanton and Crawley 

C. Connelly, Jr. 

Convention Committees consisted of 
the following; General Chairman, J. 

D. Chandler; Co-Chairman, Robert H. 
Minor; Hostess, Miss M.O.V., Pat Be- 
ville; Entertainment, John H. Cam- 
eron and Micky Curry; Registrations, 
George Rollo; Banquet Arrangement, 
Mrs. Harry Lubman; Reception (La- 
dies), Mrs. Jack Bess, Mrs. Bernard 
Inge, and Mrs. H. L. Donovan; Ban- 
quet Tickets, Harry Luban; Exhibits, 
Printing Program, Solicitations, Fin- 
ance, J. D. Chandler and Robert H. 
Minor; Ladies’ Anniversary Lunch- 
eon, Mi’s. Jack Bess, Mrs. Harry Lub- 
man, and Mrs. Robert H. Minor; 
Ladies’ Sightseeing Trip, Mrs. J. D. 
Chandler, Mrs. Jack Bess, Mrs. V. E. 
Martin, Mrs. K. A. O’Connor; Infor- 
mation, Walter Harvey, and Mrs. 
Robert H. Minor; Reception General, 
M. F. Frye, G. M. Haney, M. L. Hol- 
land, K. A. O’Connor, A. S. Nicholson, 
H. L. Donovan, Mrs. V. E. Martin and 
Mrs. John H. Cameron; Prizes, Ber- 
nard Inge; Door, Harry Fake and A. 
S. Nicholson. All Directors and their 
wives served on the General Reception 
Committee. 


GIVE 


THE UNITED WAY 


LOU CASOLA 

CHICAGO — Lou Casola, temporary 
president of the Information Council 
of the Coin-Operated Industry, last 
week, emphasized the urgent need for 
all segments of the coin-machine in- 
dustry to cooperate toward the success 
of the sound public relation practices 
which are being studied and drawn up 
by the organization. 


Casola Stresses Need For Action From 
Nation’s Coin Machine Industry 

Cites Abuses Aimed At Industry By Newspapers 


He asserted that many flagrant 
abuses are constantly being heaped on 
the industry by newspapers and other 
media in many ways. In illustrating 
this point he called attention to a 
comic strip which appeared in a met- 
ropolitan newspaper, September 23, 
which carried the theme of hoodlums 
attempting to coerce a location owner 
to accept their particular type of 
equipment or suffer the consequences. 

“In this comic strip,” stated Casola, 
“the cartoonist didn’t even bother to 
explain the position of the legitimate 
operator, who is definitely in the ma- 
jority. He ignored the industry as 
a whole completely. Naturally the 
main objective was to attract reader- 
ship to the cartoon. 

“The most unfortunate thing about 
such cartoons is that they cater chiefly 
to children, and are instrumental in 
forming their opinions. It is this sort 
of flagrant and negative thinking we 
must combat,” he said in conclusion. 

Casola reminded all members of the 
executive committee that the next 
regular meeting of the Information 
Council of the Coin-Operated Indus- 
try is scheduled for October 15. Mem- 
bers will be notified by mail of the time 
and place of the meeting. 


WILLIAMS 


Golden Bells 

fcy this 

SEAL OF APPROVAL 


ELECTRONIC Mfg. Corp. 

4242 W. FILLMORE ST. CHICAGO 24, ILL. 

WHEN YOU BUY A 5-BALL-BUY THE BEST BUY WILLIAMS 


Any 5 Bells in-a-row 
for “SPECIAL”. 


Any 7 Bells in-a-row 
for “SUPER SPECIAL”. 


Any 10 Bells in-a-row 


THE GREATEST 
SALE 

SCOTT CROSSE 
HAS EVER HAD! 


3 ABT SHOOTING GALLERIES, 

complete $400.00 ea. 

3 AUTO PHOTO, MODEL #9, 

off location 875.00 ea. 

6 PHILA. TOBOGGAN SKEE BALLS 

(uncrated) 200.00 ea. 

10 BALLY BALLS-A-P0PPIN’ 60.00 ea. 

10 BALLY CARNIVALS 125.08 ea. 

10 BALLY ALL STAR SUPER 

BOWLERS 100.00 ea. 

10 BALLY HEAVY HITTERS 395.00 ea. 

8 SKILL ROLLS 60.00 ea. 

3 LATE MUT0SC0PE VOICE-O- 

GRAPHS (Like New) 925.00 ea. 

10 GOLF CHAMPS 150.00 ea. 

5 SKILL PARADE 150.00 ea. 

ALL MAKES BINGOS starting at $30.00 and up 
GUNS— ALL TYPES starting at $75.00 and up 

ARCADE EQUIPMENT some as low as $25.00 
KIDDIE SIDES $100 and up 

Contact us for prices and immediate 
shipments. 


SCOTT CROSSE CO. 

1423 Spring Garden St., 
Phila. 30, Pa. 
Rlttenhouse 6-7712 

Exclusive Dist. for Bally in E. Pa., and 
Rock-Ola in E, Pa., So. Jersey and Del. 

Brands: 

1101 Pittston Ave., Scranton, Pa. 



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October 3, 1959 


IX Sta^e Operators Re-elect Tom Greco, 
President; A. McCarthy, Treasurer 

Mac Douglas Elected To Post Of Secretary 


ALBANY, N. Y.- — At the annual 
meeting of the New York State Coin 
Machine Association, upstate coin ma- 
chine operator organization, Tom 
Greco and Amelia McCarthy were re- 
elected to their respective posts of 
president and treasurer of the asso- 
ciation, for the coming year. Mac 
Douglas was elected for the first time 
to the post of secretary. 

The operator meeting was held 
Thursday, September 24, at the De 
Witt Clinton Hotel, this city, and was 
attended by full complements of oper- 
ators from every state area, making 
for strong representation throughout 
the state. 

Greco advised that the following 
vice-presidents from each association 
district were elected to office: Henry 
Knoblauck, Jr., elected for the first 
time, from the Northern district of 
the state; Phil Benevento, elected to 
represent the Central district; Lindy 
Nardone was re-elected from the 
Western district; Bob Charles, re- 


FOR 

SALE 

Large Quantities of: 

BALLY 

Ballerina 
Sea Island 
Carnival Queen 
Beach Time 
Cypress Gardens 

WRITE • WIRE • PHONE 

Distributing Co. 

298 Lincoln St. 
Allston 34, Mass. 
AL 4-4040 
Exclusive Distributors of 

BALLY - CHI. COIN - GENCO - FISCHER 



Attention: 



EUROPEAN COIN FIRMS 

Our Export 
Representative 

MYRON 
SUGERMAN 

will be in the following 
countries, during the 
first two weeks in Octo- 
ber, to buy and sell 
coin operated equip- 
ment: 

PORTUGAL • BELGIUM 
HOLLAND • GERMANY 
Cable RUNYONEX, ^EW YORK 

and Mr. Sugerman will be instructed to 
visit with your firm. We would like to 
serve you. 


INYONS... 

Factory Representatives far: 

l„, 0„||.. ii < * 


AMI, Inc., Bally Manufacturing Co., 
Irving Kaye Co'. "■ 

coo iruk AA'iw 


593 10th Ave., New York 18, If. Y. 

LO 4-1880 

221 Frelinghuysen »*e; ■ Newark I, N.'j., Bl 3 8777 
231 Windsor St.. Hartford. Conn., « 7.-4470 ’ 


elected from the Southern tier; J. W. 
“Bucky” Van Wyck, was elected for the 
first time to the post of vice-president 
from the Southern district, and New 
York City received representation for 
the first time, following membership 
from New York coinmen several 
months ago, with A1 Bodkin elected 
to post of vice-president from the 
New York City area. 

Amelia McCarthy, who was re- 
elected to the office of treasurer, ad- 
vised that representation from oper- 
ator groups in the five New York City 
boros will be taken up at the next 
meeting, following a Music Operators 
of New York meeting on Tuesday, 
September 29, during which time the 
New York association members will 
decide on representatives who are 
available for the post. Officers of the 
city association cannot accept a state- 
wide post, according to the trade or- 
ganization’s by-laws. 

Mrs. McCarthy stated that the rep- 
resentatives from new groups in the 
association were also elected to posts, 
in keeping with the growing member- 
ship of the upstate association. 

In addition to the elections, high- 
light of the meeting which lasted four 
hours, closing at 9 P. M., the operator 
group listened to presentations made 
by A1 “Senator” Bodkin, chairman of 
the Public Relations Committee of the 
New York State association, and 
Meyer Parkoff, Atlantic New York 
Corporation, New York City, in which 
the group was briefed on the current 
statewide public relations program. 

Operators were advised of the PR 
executive committee meeting date, 
which is Thursday, October 1, and will 
be held in the offices of M. O. N. Y., 
Inc. at 250 West 57th Street, in New 
York City. Time for the meeting was 
set at 7 :00 P. M. 


Five Cig Majors Cited For 
Promotional Allowances 


L & M Ordered To Cease-Desist 


NEW YORK — In a report from 
Washington on Friday, September 24, 
the Federal Trade Commission issued 
orders barring five major cigarette 
makers from paying discriminative 
promotional allowances to favored 
vending machine operators. 

Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company, 
Inc., the only contested case of the 
five firms affected, was ordered to 
cease and desist. Four other tobacco 
firms agreed to consent orders pro- 
hibiting the alleged industry practice. 

The four agreeing to the consent 
decree are: Philip Morris, Inc., Amer- 
ican Tobacco Company, R. J. Reynolds 
Tobacco Company and Brown & Wil- 
liamson Tobacco Corporation. 

The Federal Trade Commission ad- 
vised that all of the tobacco firms had 
violated the Robinson-Patman anti- 
trust law, which calls for promotional 
allowances to be granted equally to 
all customers on proportionate terms. 

The consent agreements did not con- 
stitute admission by any of the firms 
that they had violated the law, advised 
the FTC. 

Complaints were issued against Lig- 
gett & Myers in 1956 with the other 
four firms receiving complaints from 
the commission in 1957. 


Special PR Meeting In N.Y.C. Oct. 1st 


NEW YORK— -Al “Senator” Bodkin, 
chairman, Public Relations Committee 
of the New York State Coin Machine 
Association, Inc., this city, announced 
that a special executive committee 
meeting will be held on Thursday, Oc- 
tober 1, at the offices of the Music 
Operators of New York, Inc., 250 West 
57th Street, New York. The meeting 
will start promptly at 7 :00 P. M. 

“We have invited the heads of every 
distributor organization in the entire 
State of New York, the presidents of 
each coin association in the State, at- 
torneys for the associations who are 
affiliated with our committee, and 
representatives from The Cash Box 
and The Billboard,” advised Bodkin. 

“The purpose of this special meet- 
ing will be to conduct, on an executive 


level, the public relations program we 
have been working on for these past 
few months, in order that progress be 
made at a quicker pace. Each repre- 
sentative from these trade organiza- 
tions will have one vote in the deci- 
sions which must be made for accept- 
ance of a definite program. In addi- 
tion, fund raising from these sources 
will be discussed and a plan whereby 
the sale of coin operated equipment 
be part of our fund raising source will 
also be discussed. This meeting is 
expected to strengthen our overall sta- 
tus insofar as formulating plans for 
the industry in New York State is 
concerned,” concluded Bodkin. 



M.O.V. Convention Highlights 


Pictured above are highlights of the 
First Annual Music Operators Con- 
vention, held September 11 and 12 at 
the John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, 
Virginia. 

(1) Honorable A. Scott Anderson, 
Mayor, City of Richmond, addresses 
group seated at table, left to right, 
Nick Allen, M. O. A. Attorney; 
Monsignor Anthony Korkemaz, Ph. 
D. J. C. D., Pastor, St. Anthony’s Cath- 
olic Church; Mayor Anderson, J. D. 
Chandler, president; Wilbur Walker, 
administrative assistant to Governor 
of Virginia. (2) Forum, held in Wythe 
Room of hotel, discussed “Dime Play” 
with Jim Hutzler, M. O. A. Director 
and Chester Cooper, O’Connor Dis- 
tributors, Inc. moderating. Seated 
from left to right are: Walter Harvey, 
Art Daddis, Chester Cooper, Jim Hutz- 
ler, Stan Lesnick, George Haney. 
Standing, from left to right, Harry 
“Hap” Nevins, Al Loudon, Mrs. Har- 
vey, Mrs. Loudon, Pat Belville, elected 


Miss M.O.V. (3) United Music Cor- 
poration booth, from left to right, Sam 
Weisman, Double-U-Sales Corp., Miss 
M. O. V., Johnny Consolas, Roy 
Kraemer, United engineer, and HaiTy 
Rosenberg, Double-U-Sales Corp. (4) 
Cocktail hour preceding M. O. V. an- 
nual banquet. (5) A. M. I., Inc. booth. 
Jack Bess, Roanoke Vending Ex- 
change, (left), Art Daddis, AMI, Inc., 
and Miss M.O.V. (6) Wurlitzer 
Company booth, left to right, K. A. 
O’Connor, O’Connor Distributing, Inc., 
Mrs. O’Connor, Mrs. Frank Creery, 
and A. D. Palmer, The Wurlitzer Com- 
pany. (7) Seeburg Corporation booth, 
left to right, Hy Lesnick, Musical 
Sales Co., William “Bill” Snow, Miss 
M. O. V., and Stanley Lesnick. 

Bottom picture: Anniversary lun- 
cheon for M. O. V. ladies. 

Photos of several exhibit booths in- 
cluding Rock-Ola Manufacturing Co., 
Wico Corp., and Pat’s One-Stop Rec- 
ord Co. were not available at press 
time. 


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Trade Mourns Passing Of Leschen 

Vet Coinman With Mutoscope 25 Years 


“Murray” Leschen is survived by 
his wife, Mrs. Tina Leschen; a son, 
Robert; and his daughter, Mrs. Carole 
Sindel. 

Leschen spent the major part of his 
career in the coin machine industry, 
having been active on other levels of 
the industry before joining the Inter- 
national Mutoscope Corporation. He 
was known and respected by coinmen 
all over the United States and in 
many parts of the world. 


MAURICE "MURRAY" LESCHEN 


NEW YORK — The nation’s coinmen 
were saddened at the news of the 
passing of Maurice “Murray” Les- 
chen, general manager and controller 
of International Mutoscope Corpora- 
tion for twenty-five years. 

Leschen passed away on Friday, Sep- 
tember 18, at the age of 61. Funeral 
services were held on Sunday, Sep- 
tember 20, at Riverside Memorial 
Chapel and he was buried in Monte- 
fiore Cemetery, Springfield Gardens, 
Long Island, New York. 


Art Janacek To Post Of 
Rock-Ola Export Mgr. 


CHICAGO — David C. Rockola, pres- 
ident of Rock-Ola Manufacturing 
Company, this city, announced the ap- 
pointment last week of Art Janacek 
to the position of export manager for 
the firm’s phonograph division. 

Janacek succeeded Mrs. Frank 
Schulz, who retired recently after 12 
years of service in the Rock-Ola 
organization. 

“Janacek brings a broad and com- 
prehensive background to the export 
department having served with Rock- 
Ola for more than 20 years in vari- 
ous departments,” stated Rockola. 

Janacek was Rock-Ola’s service 
manager prior to this most recent 
promotion to export manager. 


Coin-Sportsmen Combine 
Selling Equipment And Vacationing 
DALLAS DOINGS 


Ft. Worth s Jim Woosley is on a 3-day fishing trip to try out his newly- 
purchased barge . . . John Bigbie is bagging his limit of doves each weekend 
• V JjSgs Hamilton ls , m p ro ving his golf game. . . . Wilbur Briscoe, Radio 
City in Waco, just returned from a gulf coast fishing trip. . . Usuallv 
driving up to Dallas in his pickup, Fred Ellis was fortunate in wheeling his 
wife s new Oldsmobile last week. . . . Speedy recovery wishes go to these 
on the sick list: Gerald Yates, Wichita Falls Novelty Co., and Yincent Lopez, 
Cactus Music Co., Ft. Worth. ... Joe Gustovich, just back from two weeks 
in .Pennsylvania, visited the Wurlitzer factory in that territory Recent 

visitors along coinrow include: Mrs. George Bury, Hamlin; Walter Wig-ins 
Mcki™ey; Frcd Ellis ’ Wac °; Budd - V Clem ’ Pari s; H. K. Lvde, Sherman- and 
W F. I hompson, Longview. . . . State Music reports good business and the 
selling of lots of on-hand merchandise. An especiallv-fast mover is Chica-o 
Coin’s new “Playland Gun.” . . . State Music’s Tom Chatten visited business 
houses in South Texas the past week. Tom’s two girls are beginning college 
this 


Buying And Selling Heavy 
As Fall Season Stirs Sales 

UPPER MIDWEST MUSINGS 


Tom Roberts, Hurley, Wise, in the cities for a few days making the 
rounds and picking up some used games. . . . Harold Theisen. Mpls op while 
on vacation with the family had to rush his son to the hospital for an 
emergency appendicitis operation. Now recuperating very nicely. . . . Mr. and 
Mrs. Bruce Windhurst, Aberdeen, S. D., in town for a couple of days mixing 
business and pleasure. . . . Mr. & Mrs. I. Bernstein, Mpls. drove to Madison, 
Wise, lor a week’s vacation and enrolled their daughter at the University 
of Wisconsin. . . . Bob Keese, Forest Lake, Minn, is certainly proud of his 
f° n * s ma ki n 8’ quite a name for himself as a star half-back on the 

fet. Thomas College football team. . . . Dick Henderson, Willmar, Minn, in 
town for the day visiting with a few of the distributors. . . . Frank Mager, 
Grand Rapids, Minn, at home the past few days with a very bad cold. . . . 
Leo Barkovitch, B. & B. Novelty Co. Superior, Wise, in the cities for the day 
and driving back the same day. . . . Sandler Dist. Co. Mpls. reports that the 
new United “3-Way Shuffle” Alley and “League Bowling Alley” are selling 
very good. Operators have been very receptive to both games. . . . Gordon 
Stout, Pierre, S. D. in the cities for a few days visiting the distributors. . . . 
Amos and Danny Heilicher, Advance Music Co. Minneapolis, in Miami for 
a few days attending Columbia meeting. . . . Operators in the Twin Cities 
this week were Gordon Runberg and Bob Kovanen, Moose Lake, Minn. Clayton 
Norberg, Arndt Peterson, Mankato, Minn. Jim Stansfield, Lloyd Williamson, 
Winona, Minn. Lawrence Schillinger, Knapp, Wise. Huey and Esther May, 
Eau Claire, Wise. Ben Jahnke, Hutchinson, Minn. Hank Krueger, Fairfax, 
Minn. Chas. Sersen, St. Cloud, Minn. . . . Loren Beaudoin, and Lee Brahs, 
Mpls. Ops. have been taking flying lessons and Loren is now flying solo. . . . 
Bob Leonard, Mpls. Op. was away the month of August on a vacation into 
Canada, visiting relatives. 


Fall Roundup of Values ! 

PUT YOUR BRAND ON THESE 

WORLD WIDE BUYS! 


BOWLERS 


Bally IV A.B.C. 

$245 

Bally 14' A.B.C. 

245 

Bally 14' STRIKE 

275 

United 14' HI-SCORE 

295 

United 14' BOWLER 

245 

C.C. 14' BOWL. LEAGUE 

245 


ARCADE 


C.C. CRISS CROSS HOCKEY 

$295 

United SHOOTING STAR 

. 175 

C.C. ROCKET SHUFFLE 

175 

C.C. REBOUND SHUFFLE 

95 

Keeney FASCINATION REBOUND 

95 

C.C. MONTE CARLO 

95 

Bally SKILL ROLL 

85 


SHUFFLE ALLEYS 


Bally DLX. CONGRESS 

$275 

United HANOICAP 

$275 

Bally CONGRESS 

245 

United RAINBOW 

115 

Bally A.B.C. 

245 

C. C. HOLIDAY 

95 

Bally KINGPIN 

225 

Bally JET 

95 


5-BALL 


GAMES 


4- PI . CONTEST 

$395 

4-PI. MAJESTIC . 

295 

4-PI. REGISTER 

145 

2-PI. DOUBLE ACTION 

325 

2-PI. GONDOLIER 

295 

2-PI. BRITE STAR ....... 

235 

2-PI. WHIRLWIND 

215 

2-PI. CONTINENTAL CAFE 

175 

2-PI. CARNIVAL 

175 

2-PI. CIRCUS 

125 

HI-DIVER 

285 

SITTIN’ PRETTY 

265 

SUNSHINE 

245 

ROTO POOL 

225 

CROSSWORDS 

225 


BASEBALLS 


Bally HEAVY HITTER 

$425 

Wins. PINCH HITTER 

425 

Bally BIG INNING 

325 

Wins. SHORTSTOP 

325 

Un. DLX. BASEBALL 

425 

C.C. BATTER UP 

225 

Wms. 4-BAGGER 

175 

Un. STAR SLUGGER 

175 

Genco HI-FLY 

75 



BINGOS 


SUN VALLEY 

$245 

NITE CLUB 

S 95 

MISS AMERICA 

225 

BROADWAY 

85 

SHOWTIME 

145 

BIG TIME 

75 

KEY WEST 

125 

GAYETY 

65 

BIG SHOW 

125 

GAYTIME 

75 

DOUBLE HEADER 

95 

VARIETY 

65 

PARADE 

95 

SURF CLUB 

55 


POOLS 


Fischer 6-PKT. w/Slate 

$175 

Fischer 6-PKT. w/Comp. 

125 

Valley 6-PKT. w/Slate 

. ... 175 

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Operators from points outside the immediate metropolitan area (as well 
as regular local callers) were in evidence all week along Tenth Avenue, a 
sure sign that business has definitely picked up as was expected — and it has, 
with ga.mes taking the _ lead these cool fall days. All games distribs re- 
ported increases in equipment sales on shuffles and bowlers with several 
wholesalers commenting- that trade-ins haven’t been as heavy as expected. 
Much of the traded equipment has already been spoken for from other sales 
sources, leaving some distribs with a sparse inventory on hand. Factory 
shipments on new equipment were, in some instances, behind, due to heavy 
orders from the area. However, distribs reported deliveries being speeded 
up to handle the following week’s orders. 

* * * * * 

Background music is a topic of conversation these days along coinrow 
with various opinions offered as to how this non-coin operated type of music 
should be merchandised. Atlantic New York Corp., Seeburg distribs, are 
currently selling the units to operators, leasing the units with music, and 
leasing only the records — depending on the type deal set. In some instances 
the Seeburg distributor has worked direct with locations such as banks and 
the deal, while not in the highly profitable bracket for a sole location, could 
eventually become a steady source of guaranteed income for each operator, 
once several dozen locations are signed. It has been the general opinion from 
all sections of the country that background music returns are paid like clock- 
work from solid corporations making for a healthy source of income for any 
businessman. 

* . * * * * 

The coin machine industry mourned the passing of Maurice Leschen, 
veteran coinman with International Mutoscope for more than twenty-five 
years. Maury passed away on Friday, Sept. 18th, at the age of 61. . .' . A1 
“Senator” Bodkin, chairman of the Public Relations committee, called an 
exec committee meeting to be held at M.O.N.Y. offices, 250 West 57th St., 
N.Y.C., on Thurs., October 1st, at 7:00 PM sharp. Statewide distribs, asso- 
ciation presidents, and attorneys, with the trade press, will confer on rules 
and regulations governing a committee which expects to handle sums of money 
to be collected from operators, through individual solicitations; distributors, 
from annual committee fees; and donations based on the sale of equipment. 
Bodkin advised that the purpose of the meeting was to set up a council 
whose function would be to vote on each step of a definite program for im- 
proving public relations in New York State. Bodkin also announced that the 
Rochester association members have joined the group with membership dues 
totaling $90.00 bringing the treasury up to a level where immediate adminis- 
trative expenses can be offset. . . . Perry Wachtel, Deperri Advertising, ad- 
vised that his daughter Robin has entered the freshman class at the Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts, in Amherst, Mass. 

* * * * * 

A1 Simon, Albert Simon, Inc., reports increased sales on the new ChiCoin 
“Bowl Master” shuffle while A1 D’lnzillo concentrates on the sale of ChiCoin’s 
“Playland Rifle Gallery” commenting that operators who make it their 
business to place guns such as this on tavern locations can develop a steady 
source of income from this type equipment. “Unfortunately, too many ops 
consider the gun an arcade machine. Actually, operators using gun games 
properly can enjoy solid collections and it is all additional income, not af- 
fecting game or music business on the same location.” . . . Dave Stern, Sea- 
coast Distributing, Elizabeth, N. J. a welcome visitor to Tenth Avenue, stops 
by several showrooms to do business in his typically humorous manner. . . . 
Irv “Kempy” Kempner, Runyon Sales Co., handled the op crowd on Tues. 
at Runyon’s and then left Wed. for a tour of Westchester County, all with 
AMI-Bally business in mind. Irv commented that games sales have ir.3reased 
quite a bit since Labor Day. Morris Rood handling telephone orders on Bally’s 
“Deluxe Club Bowler” while Lou Wolberg, just back from a round of Tuesday- 
off holidays looks ahead to February when he will leave for Miami Beach. 
Myron Sugerman packed his bags Friday evening for departure Saturday, 
Sept. 26th, for Europe. Sugerman will call on coinmen in England, Switzer- 
land, Gex-many Denmark, Holland, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy and Portu- 
gal. The export business trip will last about six weeks. Gene Daddis, Runyon 
N. J., stops by the 10th Ave. office to confer with the New York City staff. 
Morris Rood and Irv Kempner teamed up with the So. Mountain Chapter B’nai 
Brith softball team and won a game against the South Orange Veteran’s 
Hospital last week, 6 to 4. “Kempy” pitched, in his usual form, allowing only 
two walks and came through with one hit. Morris hit several long balls and 
played shortfield. The B’nai Brith group have sponsored the donation of out- 
fits, ball field and facilities for athletic activities to the vet’s hospital for 
about five years and the softball game is an annual affair. . . . Joe DiCristo- 
faro, Southampton operator, reports great business during the summer with 
a sudden slow-down right after Labor Day. Joe is still interested in the 
stock car races and drives his own sports car. . . . Howard Herman, West- 
chester op, stops by coinrow to pick up parts and supplies. . . . Jack Rowan, 
Koenig Music Co. drives down from upstate to do business with distribs. . . . 
Gabe Forman, Sandy Moore Dist. Co., reports solid sales on Wurlitzer Model 
“2300”. . . . Mack Pollay a smiling op tours the avenue in search of parts 
and possibly a game. Mac is still taking a serious interest in the PR coin 
activities in our town and keeps coming up with some solid food for thought. 

. . . Harry Koeppel, Koeppel Dist. Co., reports steady Rock-Ola sales with 
export holding its own. Harry advises that he will leave with his wife for 
Key West, Fla., next Wed., Sept. 30, for a week’s visit with his daughter 
and son-in-law, who are stationed down there, compliments of the U. S. Navy. 
Hymie Koeppel will hold down the shop in Harry’s absence. . . . Stewart Nor- 
man tours coinrow on matters pertaining to his operation. Stew operates in 
the city and partly on Long Island. . . . Irving Holzman, Black Sales Co., re- 
ports “sold out” business on United’s “3-Way Shuffle” after a tour of the 
territory. “United is working fast this week to get another shipment in to me 
in time for additional orders piling up,” stated Holzman. “Whitey” Druckman 
studies an electronic scheme to fathom the workings of a game that must be 
repaired. . . . Meyer Parkoff, Atlantic New York Corp., earnestly working 
on material to be presented to the PR executive committee on Thurs., Oct. 1st. 
Meyer reports that the expected pick-up in sales came about all week. 
Murray Kaye busy with cigarette machines sales and background music 
contacts while vending machines are subjected to exposure and presentation 
to vending ops dropping in for a look-see at the new Seeburg vending machine 
line. Stereo music is selling well, comments Murray, and adds that “diversi- ^ 
fication seems to be the answer for increased coin machine business as far 
as we are concerned.” 



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The Cash Box 


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October 3 V 1959 



EXPORT BIZ UPSWING 
NOTED BY MANUFACTURERS 
DISTRIBS 

CHICAGO CHATTER 


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Keynote the past week among manufacturers and distributors is that 
there is a definite upsurge in export activity in most firms here. One of the 
most recent indications of the steady growth in coinbiz overseas is the 
opening of International Dynamic Industries in Shannon, Ireland by Sam 
YVolberg and Sam Gensburg, heads of Chicago Dynamic Industries. Wolberg 
assured us in an interview recently that the European markets loom as one 
of the greatest purchasing areas of the world in all types of coin machine 
equipment. 

Herb Jones and Bill O’Donnell explained to us that Bally’s “Lotta-Fun” 
pinball game is a natural for the coin trade all over the country and overseas. 
It’s just loaded with terrific high-scoring features and 
play appeal innovations. Herb stressed the fact that 
there should be no barrier or resistance to it as it has 
absolutely no meters. Art Garvey greeted us with the 
punch line — “Keep your eyes on ‘Lotta-Fun’, it’s going 
all the way in sales.” . . . Sam Stern and Sam Lewis, 

Williams Electronic Manufacturing Company, announced 
the release, well in advance of the original release date, 
of the firm’s new “Golden Bells” pinball amusement game. 

It’s a real bell-charmer, according to Lewis. . . . Herb 
Oettinger and Bill DeSelm took a brief respite from their 
daily chores at United Manufacturing to spend some 
time with visitors Joe Abraham, Lake City Amusement 
in Cleveland, and Ray Lonsway, Lonsway Brothers, In- 
corporated, in Warren, Ohio. Johnny Casola, United Manu- 
facturing’s travelin’ man, sez he’s usually happy to get back to the home 
office for a “breather”; but, then things start hoppin’ — then he gets “breath- 
less,” and off he goes again. 

Clarence Schuyler, Games, Incorpoi'ated prexy, tells us the plant is at 
full capacity in production and shipping on both “Wild Cat” and “Twin Wild 
Cat” electronic amusement upright games. Clarence is smiling big these days, 
biz is that good. . . . Johnny Frantz, J. F. Frantz Manufacturing, is proving 
to be one of the most articulate men in coinbiz when it comes to public 
relations. He worked up a plan which he proposes to the industry (story 
appears elsewhere in this issue) and he hopes it will be considered by manu- 
facturers, distributors and operators. . . . Again we offer best wishes to 
Art Janacek of Rock-Ola Manufacturing, who was re- 
cently upped by David C. Rockola, president, to export 
manager. Art, who is a 20 year man at Rock-Ola, suc- 
ceeded Mrs. Frank Schulz, who retired last month after 
12 years of service to the firm. Janacek was formerly 
service manager. . . . Eddie Ginsburg and Nate Feinstein, 
Atlas Music, informed us they had a terrific exhibit and 
showing of the line of Seeburg coffee vendors at Superior 
Tea & Coffee Company’s “Vendorama” show at their plant, 
September 18 & 19. Among those who assisted Eddie and 
Nate at the Atlas-Seeburg exhibit were: Frank Doyle, 
Dick Prince and Newell Bellamy of Seeburg, and Harold 
Schwartz, and Gene Waldman of Atlas Music. It gave 

PAUL huebsch a ll of them a chance to see and meet many of the coffee 
machine operators, according to Nate. 

Rock-Ola’s George Hincker, usually a fountain of information, tells us 
that Donald Rockola departed last week for a much needed vacation in the 
wilds of Wyoming. Edward Doris returned from his vacation last week, much 
tanned and* full of exuberance. Les Rieck and Kurt Kluever remained at 
the post delivering Rock-Ola’s “Tempo” line of stereo and 
monaural phonographs. . . . Milt Wiczer is holding down 
the fort at Wico Corporation while Ed Ruber is down 
south breaking in a new sales representative, and Morrie 
Wiczer and Ed Jacobson were attending the Music Oper- 
ators’ convention in Bluefield, West Virginia. . . . Paul 
Huebsch, vice prexy of J. H. Keeney & Company, and his 
lovely Rosemary spent a delightful weekend visiting with 
Norbert Boetcher, and his frau, Anna May “Nonnie” 

Boetcher, at their lakeside home in Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Paul tells us they got in lots of fishing and just plain 
yakkin’ about coinbiz. Norb owns Badger Sales in Green 
Bay. Paul further infos that Harold Dorgan, the happy 
bachelor, is bedded down with a mean ol’ cold — and is 
not so happy these days. 

Chicago Dynamic sales director Art Weinand discussed the lifting of 
import bans of coin machine equipment by key nations, such as Gi’eat 
Britain, which wall vastly increase sales of amusement and music equipment 
abroad. . . . One-Stop record tycoon Jim O’Dwyer announced the opening last 
week of two new outlets for his ever expanding Music Box One-Stops. One 
is located at 1902 Leeland Avenue in Houston, Texas, and is managed by 
Charles Wakefield. The other, skedded for opening October 1, is at 1043 
Broadway in Denver, Colorado. The manager is Jack Krug. This brings the 
Music Box operation to a total of 5 outlets. The first 3 are in Chicago, Dallas, 
Texas; and Atlanta, Georgia. 

Irv Ovitz tells us that prexy Ben Coven, Coven Music, exhibited 2 of his sev- 
eral marine electronic devices at the National Trade Boat Show last week at 
Navy Pier in Chicago. Action was so hot and heavy at the exhibit that 
Irv Ovitz, along with Forrest Lester and chief engineer Earl Yates had to 
rush out to the show and assist Ben. All of Coven’s 
regional sales representatives came into town for the 
occasion. . . . Milt Green, Starr Container — supplier of 
crates for Auto-Bell Novelty — seen last week visiting with 
A1 Warren and Howie Freer. Other visitors at Auto-Bell 
last week were Mickey Anderson, Mickey Anderson Dis- 
tributing Company, Erie, Pennsylvania; and A1 Simon of 
New York City. They all expressed their best wishes to 
Warren and Zeke Wolf, who recently moved Auto-Bell 
Novelty into a new and larger plant. . . . Exhibit prexy 
Chet Gore smilingly tells us that card sales for Exhibit’s 
Vacuum-matic card vendor thus far has exceeded last 
year in gross sales. Chet sez everyone at the plant has 
been busy practically all year. 

Estelle Bye says she honestly hates to repeat herself, 
but that “Lucky Horoscope” is having its third great year sales-wise, and 
there’s no letup in sight. Marvel prexy Ted Rubey infos that Clayton Nemeroff, 







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firm’s Eastern representative is off on another Eastern swing on business 
and to call on friends there. . . . Vince Shay our oldtimer baseball yarn 
spinner stopped yelling about the White Sox victory over 
the hapless Cleveland Indians to inform us that coinman 
Izzy Getlan is in from New York on a tour. Vince and 
Izzy planned to drop in on Paul Huebsch at the J. H. 

Keeney plant. If you wonder why Vince is “out on busi- 
ness” these days, we can only tell you that he has been 
receiving at least a zillion requests for tickets to the 
World Series games in Chicago from his sudden “crop of 
friends.” If that isn’t bad enough they’re even begging 
Vince to help them make hotel accommodations for those 
critical days. The shocker in this drama is that Vince 
doubts that he’ll even be lucky enough to come up with 
a couple of ducats for himself for the big games. 

Mike Spagnola, AMI Sales took off last week for a 
much needed vacation. . . . Alvin Gottlieb and Nate 
Gottlieb assure us that they have a real winner at D. Gottlieb & Company with 
the exciting 4 player pinball game “Sweet Sioux.” . . . Joe Kline is really hurtin’ 
these days, since his very capable secretary, Georgene Lau- 
lette, was injured in an automobile accident. She’s up in 
traction at a local hospital, and is acquiring a host of auto- 
graphs on her cast. On the business side, Joe tells us 
activity is picking up at First Coin at a terrific pace. Joe, 
Sam Kolber, and Fred Kline are constantly busy on the 
phones trying to latch on to lots of good, used equipment 
to fill the backlog of export orders they are swamped with. 

While Don Moloney was busy on long distance tele- 
phone, Mac Brier spent some time with us telling us 
that Donan’s Fun Fare bowlette in suburban Skokie is 
constantly packed with eager bowlers these days. Mac 
tells us Bally’s bowlers are much in demand there. . . . 
There is increased activity in music equipment at Empire 
Coin Machine Exchange of late, according to Gil Kitt and Joe Robbins. The one 
drawback to this happy situation is that Empire is in dire need of many phono- 
graphs to fill orders. Joe departed last weekend on a fishing trip to the Upper 
Peninsula of Michigan. 




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Operators and distributors alike report that business the past week 
moved along at a steady clip with both new and used equipment selling 
well. ... At Norty’s Music Center, Sarah Vaughn, while in town for the 
First Annual Jazz Festival, stopped by to chat with Norty and discuss her 
current Mercury hit “Broken Hearted Melody.” Norty this week feels the 
Fireflies could hit big with “You Were Mine,” on the Ribbon label. The 
Skyliners have a strong contender for the hit column, says Louis Baruch, 
with their Calico effort, “It Happened Today.” According to Frances Hoffman, 
Jimmy Rodgers has another can’t miss item on Roulette titled “Tucumcari.” 

. . . Jack Leonard, from the parts department at Badger Sales, informs all 
radios at Badger are tuned in to the Dodgers’ closing games of the ’59 
season. Kenny Kanemoto, from the shop, going on a week’s vacation and 
planning to spend it at Lake Tahoe. “Rocky” Nesselroad, shop foreman, 
states everyone in the shop is very busy and that business the past several 
weeks has been excellent. ... At Simon Distributing, George Muraoka 
returned from the Neisi Northern California Golf Association tournament 
held at Pebble Beach. George commented that he participated in the tourna- 
ment and all in all had a very enjoyable time. Sonny Lomberg making in- 
tensive week-end trips to San Diego and the mountain areas buying and 
selling equipment. Sonny also mentioned that two export orders were leaving 
this week. ... At Leuenhagen’s “record bar,” Tom Flack of Decca Records 
stopped in to spin a new outing, “Just As Much As Ever” featuring Bob 
Beckman. Flack reports the disk has received immediate sales reaction from 
several areas and looks like a winner. Mary Solle feels Duane Eddy and 
guitar have another sure thing on Jamie, “First Love, First Tears.” Bright 
new singing discovery Nina Simone has a strong follow-up to “Porgy,” says 
Kay Solle, with “He Needs Me” on Bethlehem. Brook Benton's “I Want You 
Forever” on Mercury, is Claire Solle’s idea of a disk that should take the 
singer back to hitsville one again. Barbara Chandler has tabbed Conway 
Twitty’s MGM effort, “Danny Boy,” as a piece of wax to definitely keep 
your eye on. . . . Vinny Lanzy, at American Coin Machine, reports they have 
a large selection of games, as well as a large number of Seeburg machines 
on hand at present. The response has been overwhelming on sales for this 
equipment, says Vinny. Bill Lanzy stated that they have access to almost 
any type or kind of equipment that an operator may want. ... At California 
Music, Irv Stiniler, of Hanover-Signature Records, in town from New York 
and dropped by to chat with Sam Ricklin. Irv says it looks like Hanover has 
a big one with “Overnight,” by Buddy Smith. Paul Baldwin, promotion man 
for Capitol Records, in with The Elligibles to discuss their current deck, 
“Faker, Faker.” Clyde Jackson, Columbia Records salesman, informed the 
Columbia Distributor in Los Angeles will distribute the Disco Columbia 
Mexicano in Southern California. Buddy Robinson this week feels the Della 
Reese slice on Victor, “Don’t You Know,” is a likely contender for the #1 
slot. . . . Wayne Davis, at Minthorne Music, says they have made some of 
the biggest deals the past week, on Seeburg stereo phonographs, that they 
have made in the last several months. The recent increased activity on 
phonographs is reminiscent of the “old days” Wayne commented. Wayne 
has also been on a sales tour through the territory the past week. Matt 
Nordberg has been in the San Diego area the past week and plans to return 
next week. More and more operators, Wayne states, are getting into the new 
Seeburg 1,000 selection background music systems, as well as diversifying 
their interests. Cigarette machines, coffee machines, games and phonographs 
are all being handled by a greater number of operators. Jim Crosby is also 
going out into the territory each week and calling on a number of operators. 
. . . At Paul A. Laymon’s, Ed Wilkes reports the new Bally “Challenger”' 
bowler is going very well, and that Bally’s “Lotta Fun” 5 ball game con- 
tinues to move along at a good clip Don Peters and Charlie Daniels going 
to Lake Sherwood over the week-end for some fishing. . . . Charlie Robinson, 
at C. A. Robinson & Co., returning from his trip to Chicago and informs 
after visiting the factories he has become optimistic over the games and 
phonographs due to hit the market in the near future. . . . Some of the visiting 
operators seen on Pico this week were: Jack Gutshall, Corona; Cecil Ellison, 
Lancaster; Jack Neel, Riverside; Fred Shuey, Huntington Park; Don Bush, 
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. . . Fred F. Fixel, Pembina, N. D. . . . Kenneth A. O’Connor, Richmond, 
Va. . . . Leona W. Ballard, Belle, W. Va. . . . Mort Weinberger, Louis- 
ville, Ivy. . . . Kenneth T. Seaver, Lake Geneva, Wis. . . . Alfred Wm. 
Blendon Sr., New York City. . . . Sam Solomons, Columbus, Ohio. . . . 
J. A. Wallace, Oak Hill, West Va. . . . Albert S. Levy, Dayton, Ohio. . . . 
Joseph M. Papilla, Staunton, 111. . . . Frank R. Fabiano, Buchanan, Mich. 
. . . John L. Tenipfer, Altus, Okla. . . . Mark Y. Blum, Wichita, Ivans. 
. . . F. W. Steed, Clarksdale, Miss. . . . Joe Broadbent, Anchorage, 
Alaska. . . . E. H. Janssen, Shreveport, La. . . . Alex L. Johnson, Chicago, 
111. . . . Angelo T. Lazzareschi, Stockton, Calif. . . . H. J. Whitefield, Hop- 
kinsville, Ivy. . . . Willard F. Workman, Chester, Pa. . . . J. Harry Snod- 
grass, Albuquerque, N. M. . . . A1 Lafferty, Chicago, 111. . . . Paul W. 
Angeli, Canton, Ohio. . . . Robert L. Jenkins, Norfolk, Va. . . . Grant F. 
Shay, Chicago, 111. . . . Gilbert E. Phelps, Mt. Carmel, 111. 


Further Public Relations In The Coin Machine Industry . . . 

GIVE THE UNITED WAY 


through your 

UNITED FUND or 
COMMUNITY CHEST 



"HCs What’s in THE CASH BOX That Counts— INTERNATIONALLY” 


The Cash Box 


Page 7 1 


October 3 V 1959 


Frantz Pledges 10% 
Of Gross Sales To 
Buyer’s Charity 

Suggests Nation’s Mfrs. Join 
In Public Relations Move 



JOHN FRANTZ 


CHICAGO— John F. Frantz, presi- 
dent, J. F. Frantz Manufacturing 
Company of this city, stressed the 
need, last week, among all segments 
of the coin machine industry, to put 
into motion a strong, comprehensive 
public relation program as soon as 
possible. 

“I have given much thought to 
the Information Council of the Coin 
Operated Industry,” Frantz said, “and 
I know that many of us are aware 
of the fact that every manufacturer, 
distributor, and operator must pitch 
in and work for the success of any 
suitable prog’ram this organization 
proposes to the trade. 

“I’ve been toying with an idea in 
my mind I feel will really start the 
ball rolling” continued Frantz, “and 
I’m ready to go all the way with it. 

“Actually,” he said, “the success 
of this plan is practically assured 
because of the close alliance between 
manufacturers, distributors, and 
operators. 

“I will be more than willing to 
pledge 10% of my gross sales per 
machine to the distributor and/or 
operator, to be donated to any charity 
of his choice by him anywhere he 
wishes to place it. 

“Specifically here is how the plan 
works,” continued Frantz. 

“Assuming that a machine cost 
$110, my firm would bill the ma- 
chine out at the $110 figure. How- 
ever, I would send a check in the 
amount of $11.00 to the distributor 
or operator to be donated to his pet 
charity. Multiplying this by many 
times, and by many manufacturers, 
you can readily understand that a 
plan such as this could very well fa- 
vorably affect every part of the 
nation, and foreign countries as well. 

“In this way,” Frantz said, “with 
the cooperation of other manufac- 
turers we can stimulate this great 
public relation move in every territory, 
and through countless distributors 
and operators. 

“Naturally we are all aware of the 
fact that many isolated cases of 
charitable activity exist among oper- 
ators and distributors. However, they 
are not based on a concerted campaign 
aimed at the entire length and 
breadth of the country, and there is 
very little publicity accorded them 
by the press. 

“This plan,” he concluded, “has 
much merit, and should be very seri- 
ously considered by all those con- 
cerned in local areas, toward their 
attempts to improve the image of 
respectability the industry so richly 
deserves.” 







A STRIKE In Any Frame Gives Player 2 
EXTRA BONUS BALLS In That Frame! 

A SPARE In Any Frame Gives Player I 
EXTRA BONUS BALL In That Frame! 

TOP SCORE 900 jg 


: — 


Roll Over "Ball Count Switches" In Playfield! 

Ball Lift — 'A hp. Motor — Belt Driven (No Gears)! 
•Jumbo Size Score Drums! 


Lite-Up" Pin Recorder — Records Pins Left Standing! 
• Extra Sturdy Cabinet Takes Continuous Play! 


Available in 1 6/2 


and 21 ’A ft. Lengths! 


FOR SALE 


JOLLY JOKERS 
Williams Deluxe 
STAR and SUPER STAR 
Baseball Games 
WRITE • CALL • WIRE 

If. L. NEILL 

N.W. 23rd St., San Antonio 1, Texas 
PE 5-7886 


Build Good Will in the 
Coin Machine Industry 

PARTICIPATE IN 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 

PROGRAMS 


WANT 

Experienced Coin 
Machine Man 


to handle sales. Also assist in man- 
agement with an old established dis- 
tributing company in Florida. State 
experience, background and reference. 
Excellent opportunity for right person. 

Write 

SOX #487 

c/o THE CASH BOX 
1721 Broadway, New York 19, N. Y. 




JOE ASH SAYS: 


We are the largest Gottlieb Dis- 
tributor in the world. Therefore 
we always have the largest stock 
of used Gottlieb machines. 


ACTIVE 


AMUSEMENT MACHINES CO. 
&&& N. Bread St., Phil®. 30, Pa. 
Cable Address: C0MAC 




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Page 72 


October 3, 1959 



4 -piAYin: 




Gottlieb’s 4 Player 


Leads the Way 

in Competitive Play! 

This Indian Gal is really spirited! Positively the best in four player com- 
petition or even when played solo. Tops in action . . . tops in features . . . 
tops in “play it again” appeal. 

See, play and order SWEET SIOUX at your distributor today ! 

• 5 ways to score 10 times target value in “running light" section 

• Dropping ball in purple or yellow hole when lit scores 10 times 
target value 

• “Red Arrow” lights to score 10 times target value 

• 5 top rollovers score double indicated value when lit 

• 4 contacts spin Roto-Targets 

• Two way double match feature • 3 or 5 ball play 

§Jp • 2 super-powered flippers for action skill shots 


H as /hwuiarx an SasfdaJtf axct F/rft Da <?*.' > 


1140-50 NORTH KOSTNER AVENUE • CHICAGO 51, ILLINOIS 

Dime play is here to stay— buy Gottlieb Games and Keep it that way ! 



The Switch in *59 is to a Dime 



In '33 nickel play was OK. Don’t operate 
in the past . . . the switch in '59 is to a dime! 

D. GOTTLIEB & CO. 


GREATEST ARCADE GAME IN MANY YEARS! 

PISTOL TARGET GAME 

“DODGE CITY” 


Exciting stew game of skill. 
Moving Targets. 10 Shots for 54. 

Manufacture and Sales 

J. F. FRANTZ MFG. 50. 

1940 W. LAKE ST., CHICAGO* 12, ILL. 
(Tel.: TAylor 9-2395) 

Full Line of Parts at all times. Repairs 
and Reconditioning on all A.B.T . oquip- 
went. 


Nebraska Ops Donate $100 
To Children’s School 


TV Station Carries News 


OMAHA, NEB. — Howard N. Ellis, 
secretary-treasurer, Music Guild of 
Nebraska, this city, advised last week 
that the association’s meeting- in 
Hastings, Nebraska, on September 12 
and 13, was very successful. 

“Our association made a donation 
of one hundred dollars to the ‘Hope 
Training Center and Work Shop’, a 
school for children afflicted with cere- 
bral palsy,” said Ellis. 

“In addition,” continued Ellis, “Lie- 
berman Music One-Stop gave the 
school a portable stereo record player. 
Derwin Burk Record Sales is shipping 
the children a supply of records for 
their use. The presentation was made 
just prior to our banquet on Sunday.” 
Ellis also advised that the Hastings 
television station carried this news 
story on its Sunday evening newscast. 

Ellis stated that each operator 
member will be asked to donate three 
dollars toward the one hundred dollar 
fund which was donated to the chil- 
dren’s school. 



International Dynamic In Full Swing 



SHANNON, IRELAND — A small 
section of the production line at In- 
ternational Dynamic Industries, Lim- 
ited, is shown above. Workers on the 
assembly line are concentrating on a 
new Chicago Coin ball bowler, des- 
tined for European markets. 

International Dynamic Industries, 
which was recently formed by Sam 
Wolberg and Sam Gensburg, heads of 
Chicago Dynamic Industries, will pro- 
duce many different types of amuse- 
ment games, as well as parts and com- 
ponents such as, switches, counters, 
relays, and high precision parts for 
other industries. 

The firm’s new plant, which oc- 
cupies 20,000 square feet of floor 
space, is under the direction of J. D. 
Ralph, and is a self-contained unit 
of operation. 


In an announcement which appeared 
in The Cash Box last week, Sam Wol- 
berg advised that while the firm is ex- 
pected to manufacture ball and puck 
bowlers, rifle gun games, skee balls 
and other types of amusement ma- 
chines, eventually the firm will manu- 
facture non-coin operated equipment, 
in addition to the coin line. 

International Dynamic Industries, 
Ltd., will market the amusement ma- 
chines throughout the United King- 
dom and other countries in Europe. 

International Dynamic’s staff has 
been formed from a nucleus of top 
flight technicians from the United 
States plant, flown to Ireland to per- 
sonally supervise the training of Irish 
engineering personnel. 


'“It's What’s in THE CASH BOX That Counts— INTERN ATION ALLY” 



The Cash Box 


Page 73 


October 1959 


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION 



WANT 


WANT — Rock-Ola Model 1442—50 
Selection Hi-Fi 4 Seeberg Models C & 
R( Gottlieb Multiplayer Majestic, 
Contest, Gondolier, Double Action, 
Single Player, Siltin' Pretty. State 
condition and best prices. HUB COIN 
MACHINE, 7312 GEORGIA AVE., 
N.W., WASHINGTON 12, D. C. 
(Tel, RAndolph 3-9896). 


WANT — Late model pins, shuffles, 
phonographs, bingos. Will pay cash, 
DAVE LOWY, 594 TENTH AVE., 
NEW YORK, N. Y. (Tel. CHickering 
4-5100). 


WANT — 45 RPM Records, new or 
used. No quantity too large or small. 
Highest prices paid. Write stating 
quantity on hand. TONY GAL- 
GANO DIST. CO., 4135 W. ARMI- 
TACE, CHICAGO 39, ILL. (Tel. 
Dickens 2-7060). 


WANT — Glass for shuffle king over- 
head scoring unit, Un. Show Boats, 
Un. Triple Plays. FOR SALE — 3-4- 
5’s. Make offer. NOBRO NOVELTY, 
142 DORE ST., SAN FRANCISCO, 
CALIF. (Tel. MArket 1-5438). 


WANT — Will accept 1 to 10 Games 
as trade against new Wurlitxer Pho- 
nographs. SANDY MOORE D1ST. 
CO., 599 TENTH AVENUE, NEW 
YORK 36, N. Y. 


WANT — Late Juke Box 45 R.P.M. 
Records not over 6 months old. 1 
pay 134 and freight. R. SMITH, 
1881 N.E. 157th TERRACE, NORTH 
MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 


WANT— Used 45 RPM Records. All 
types, as they run, right off tko 
route. No sorting or picking. We 
pay freight from anywhere in USA. 
Standing order available for regu- 
lar shippers. JALEN AMUSEMENT 
CO., INC., 14 EAST 21st ST., BAL- 
TIMORE 18, MD. 


WANT — Double Faced Shuffleboard 
Scoring Unit that scores to 51. Also 
Seeburg Wall Boxes V-W 3AD. FOL- 
LETT MUSIC CO., 180 SO. HOW- 
ARD, SPOKANE, WASHINGTON. 
(Tel. MA 4-8585). 


WANT — We need Arcade Equipment 
— Juke Boxes — Bingos and every 
kind of Coin Operated Machines. 
Payment cash. Write us today. 
L’ AUTOMATE, 60, RUE VAN 
SCHOOR, BRUSSELS 111, BEL- 
GIUM. (Cable: JEUMATE-BRUS- 
SELS). 


WANT — Records, 45’s and LP’s, new 

only. Please give full details first 
contact to avoid delay and assure 
quick deal. HARRY WARRINER, 
KNICKERBOCKER MUSIC CO., 
209 EAST 165th ST., NEW YORK 
56, N. Y. (Tel. LUdlow 8-8310). 


WANT — Juke Box Operators. If you 
want a steady outlet for your used 
records (No One Shot Deals), Call 
or Write MARLIN RECORDS DIST., 
824 WILLARD STREET, NORTH 
BELLEMORE, L. I., N. Y. (Tel. 
CAstle 1-0556). 


WANT — Your used or surplus records 
all speeds. 45’s our specialty. We 
buy all year round and pay top 
prices. No lot too large or too small. 
No more than 10% blues. We pay 
freight. BEACON SHOPS, 821 NO. 
MAIN STREET, PROVIDENCE, 
R. I. (Tel. UNion 1-7500). 


WANT — As always we need for imme- 
diate export unlimited quantities of: 
Bally Bingos, United Bingos, all 
types of Shuffles, Seeburg, AMI, 
Wurlitzer music. Call collect. BEL- 
GIAN AMUSEMENT CO., 808 NO. 
BROAD ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
(Tel. POplar 3-7808). 


WANT — New or used 45 RPM Rec- 
ords that have appeared on the Bill- 
board’s “Honor Roll Of Hits” with- 
in the last six months. We pay 15c 
to 18c. Can use any quantity. KAY 
ENTERPRISES, 659 N.E. 123rd 
ST.. NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA. 
(Tel. PLaza 7-8061). 


WANT — Mills Panorama. Also Parts. 
Advise Best Price. WESTERN DIS- 
TRIBUTORS, 3126 ELLIOTT AVE., 
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. (Tel. 
GArfield 3585). 


WANT — Will buy — Bingos, Shuffle 
Alleys, Bowlers, any amount of Pho- 
nographs. LEW JONES DISTRIB- 
UTING COMPANY, INC., 1301 N. 
CAPITOL AVE., INDIANAPOLIS, 
INDIANA. 


WANT — Jolly Jokers at Fifty Dollars 
each. Wire, call or write. H. NEILL, 
1501 N.W. 23rd STREET, SAN 
ANTONIO 1, TEXAS. (Tel. PE 
5-7886). 


WANT — Juke Boxes and Games for 
resale, Cash, send list, condition and 
prices. HASTINGS DISTRIBUTING 
COMPANY. 6100 WEST BLUE- 
MOUND ROAD, MILWAUKEE 13, 
W1SC. (Tel. BLuemound 8-6700). 


WANT — WM Vanguard, United Star 
Slugger, Shuffleboard Overhead 
Scoring Units, United Bonus & Play- 
time Bowling Alleys, quote best re- 
sale price 1st letter. COIN MA- 
CHINE EXCHANGE, 4605 127th 
S.W., TACOMA 99, WASH. (Tel. 
JUniper 8-7153). 


WANT — Coin operated Laundry Equip- 
ment, A.M.I. 120 Selection Phono- 
graphs, Hideaways, Wall Boxes, 54 
and 104 Counter Games. ST. 
THOMAS COIN SALES LTD., ST. 
THOMAS, ONT., CANADA. (Tel. 
MElrose 1-9550). 


WANT — Beautys, Beach Clubs, Frolics, 
Palm Beaches, Palm Springs, Yacht 
Clubs or any Bally games with ver- 
tically mounted control unit in back 
board. Need not crate. J. J. PAR- 
KER CO., 1308 SO. MAIN ST., LAS 
VEGAS, NEVADA. (Tel. DUdley 
4-6086). 


WANT — Chicago Coin Bowlers; Holly- 
wood, Blinker, Bullseye, Super 
Frame, Score-a-line, Championship; 
United Bowlers; Ace Clipper Mer- 
cury, Capitol, Mars, Regulation. 
Cash or will trade 14 foot Bowlers. 
Call, Write or Wire today! PUR- 
VEYOR DISTRIBUTING CO., 4322 
N. WESTERN AVE., CHICAGO 18, 
ILL. (Tel. JUniper 8-1814). 


WANT — Wms. Vanguard, Hercules and 
Crusaders; ChiCoin and United 
Flashing Type Shuffles. State quan- 
tity and best price in 1st letter. 

MONROE COIN MACHINES EX- 
CHANGE, INC., 2423 PAYNE AVE., 
CLEVELAND 14, OHIO. (Tel. Su- 
perior 1-4600). 


WANT — Used Bally Bingos ; Gottlieb 
and Williams Pins; Used Shuffle 
Alleys ; Guns and Phonographs. Send 
complete list. Highest price* paid. 
Representatives of Wurlitzer and 
Gottlieb Games. GABE FORMAN 
OR SANDY MOORE SANDY 
MOORE DIST., 240 E. MERRICK 
RD., FREEPORT, E I., N. Y. 


WANT — We will buy Rock-Ola 1438, 
1448, 1454, 1455; Seeburg B-100, 
or we wiir trade Bally 11 and 14 ft. 
Lanes, Bally 12% and 14 ft, TNT, 
Bally 11 and 14 ft. Trophy, Bally 
11 and 14 ft. Champion, Bally 11 
and 14 ft. Strike. RUNYON SALES 
COMPANY OF NEW YORK. INC., 
593 TENTH AVE., NEW YORK 18, 
N. Y. (Tel. LOngacre 4-1880). 


WANT — Guns, late model Williams’ 
Guns- — Vanguard, Hercules, etc. 
Must be in A-l condition. Phone or 
write to: RELIABLE COIN MA- 
CHINE CO., INC., 184 WINDSOR 
ST., HARTFORD, CONN. (Tel. CHa- 
pel 9-6556). 


WANT — -Gottlieb used games, 1957 
and up. Send your list to- — IMPE- 
RIAL COIN MACHINE COMPANY, 
498 ANDERSON AVE., CLIFFS! DK. 
NEW JERSEY. 


WANT — For Resale — Will pay cash for 
United and ChiCoin Flasher Shuffle 
Alleys; late Gottlieb and Williams 
Pin Games; late Bally Bingos; See- 
burg 100’s, J’s and L’s. CONTI- 
NENTAL COIN MACHINE, 1827 
ADAMS, TOLEDO 2, OHIO. (Tel. 
CHerrv 8-3359). 


WANT — One United Team Shuffle 
Aliev Back Glass. GLOBE AUTO- 
MATIC VENDING CO.. INC., d/b/a; 
ATLAS DISTRIBUTORS ATTEN- 
TION: MR. RONALD REGO, 1024 
COMMERCIAL AVENUE, BOSTON 
15, MASS. (Tel. RE 4-1384). 


WANT — Ten Bally Bright Spots. 
ARNOLD AMUSEMENT CO., 394 
GRAND AVE., NEW HAVEN, CONN. 
(Tel, LO 2-7142). 


FOR SALE 


FOR SALE— Bally Golf Champ $250.; 
Sportsman Gun $95. ; Quarterback 
$75.; Genco Skiball 2 Player $65.; 
Lucky Seven $65.; AM Star Deluxe 
$125.; Jumbo Ten Strike $135.; 
Skeet Shoot $275.; Deluxe Big Tents 
$300.; Super Big Tents $195.; 
Round Up, new, write; Bowling 
League 14 ft. $250.; Classic 14 ft. 
$395.; TV Bowler 14 ft. $325.; 
Bally 14 ft. Lanes $250.; Bally 
Tournament 14 ft. $425.; Bally 
Strike 14 ft. $350.; Bally Trophy 
14 ft. $525.; Circus Wagon $125.; 
Gusher $195.; Jig Saw $150.; Pic- 
cadily $75.; Queen Of Hearts $35.; 
Shindig $40.; Scoreboard $65.; 
Smoke Signal $55.; Snafu $65.; 
Southern Belle $75.; Super Score 
$80.; Peter Pan $75.; Turf Champ 
$175.; Wurlitzer 2000 $425.; Wur- 
litzer 2100 $445.; Roek-Ola 1454 
$475.; Rock-Ola 1455 $465. LAKE 
CITY AMUSEMENT CO., 4533 
PAYNE AVE., CLEVELAND 3, 
OHIO. (Tel. HEnderson 1-7577). 


FOR SALE — ’Jig Saw $154; Reno 
$159; TicTacToe $249; World 
Champ $129; Gypsy Queen $74; 
Southern Belle $59; Fun Fair $139; 
Rock-Ola 1465 $649; 1438 $275; 
1455 $475; 1448 $425; Wurlitzer 
1800 $375; 1900 $475; 2000 $495; 
2100 $549; AMI D-40 (45) $124; 
D-80 $175; E-40 (45) $175. Equip- 
ment shopped ready for location, 
DICKSON DISTRIBUTING CO., 
631 W. CALIFORNIA, OKLAHOMA 
CITY 4, OKLA. (Tel. CEntral 
6-3691). 


FOR SALE — Millions of extra coins 
are taken from clean machines. 
Clean right with Lemonite. Carl 
J. Speis Co., Evansville, Indiana 
uses and sells Lemonite. Try Lemon- 
ite Electronic Contact Cleaner, Con- 
tact Paste and Liquid Lube. GRACO 
SALES CO., ARLINGTON, TEN- 
NESSEE. 


FOR SALE— “Satellite Tracker”, Sends 
a rocket to the moon! Each success- 
ful attempt to “track” satellite reg- 
isters score! Illumination lights up 
the “world”! Terrific money-maker 
for taverns, kiddielamds, etc. MIKE 
MUNVES CORP., 577 TENTH AVE., 
NEW YORK 36, N, Y. (Tel. BRyant 
9-6677). 


FOR SALE — AH late Bally Bingos, 
slightly used uprights; Gtmgtnoke, 
Hunter, Super Hunter, Wild Cat, 
Deluxe Big Tent, Shawnees, Writs 
or phone for prices. PENN COIN- 
O-MATIC CORP., 821 NO, BROAD 
ST., PHILADELPHI A 23, PA, (Tel. 
PO 5-2676). 


FOR SALE- — Complete line of P®®1 
Table Supplies & parts. Slates, Cush- 
ions, Ball®, Cloth, Bumpers, etc. Save 
money, save time— Buy direct. Writ® 
or phone tor out new 1959 Catalog. 
EASTERN NOVELTY DIST., 1706 
MANHATTAN AVE., UNION CITY, 
N. J, (Tel. UN 3-8574). 


FOR SALE ■ — ■ Amazing Values ®ms 
Keeney Super Bonus Bells; B«IIy 
Draw Bells, Clover Bella; Universal 
Arrow Bells, Feature Bells and msmf 
others. Thousands ©f parts available 
for Keeney, Bally and Universal 
Console type Machines. Writ© for 
•price*. BOX #443, e/® THE CASH 
BOX, NEW YORK 19, N. Y. 


FOR SALE — 5 BesTest Tube Testers 
and name brand tube inventory. 
Sacrifice. ED AUGUSTINE, MAR- 
SHALLTOWN, IOWA. (Tel. PH 
3875). 


FOR SALE ■ — Shuffleboard Chromed 
Weights, Scoreboards, Liquid Cleaner 
Paste Wax, Dance Floor Powdered 
Wax, Finest Grade Shufflefe®®rf 
Powder Wax. Write for col®r 
Brochure and prices. WAX -OLA, 
INC., 444 NORTH 5th ST., NEW- 
ARK, N. J. (Tel. HUmboldt 4-2525). 


FOR SALE — Shuffle Rockets single 
player $195.; Shuffle Rockets Dou- 
ble Player $245.; AMI E120. ; Ar> 
row Bowlers $195.; Criss Cross 
Hockey $295, Write for addition®! 
prices. ALLIED COIN MACHINE, 
2646 WEST PRATT, CHICAGO 45, 
ILL, 


FOR SALE — Mercury Counter Grip- 
pers 1^ (original paint), A-l 
$29.50; Walling 400 Scales (cur- 
rent Model C), original paint, 
$99.50; Pop Com Sez reworked 
$69,50. TIERCE VENDING, BOX 
368, GREENWOOD, MISS, 


FOR SALE— United Eagle S/A $350 ? 
Bally All Star Bowler $135; Wms. 
Ten Pins $145; Chi-Coin Rocket 
Shuffle $225. WANT — Seeburg 
L-lOO’s. MOHAWK SKILL GAMES 
CO., 67 SWAGGERTOWN ROAD, 
SCHENECTADY, N. Y. (Tel. UNion 
4-5107). 


FOR SALE — Special close out s®l®s 
Gene®: Space Age with free play 
$155; Super Basketball 2 player 
$99; Skill Ball $90; Chicago Coins 
Rebound Shuffle $119. T & L DIS- 
TRIBUTING, INC., 1663 CENTRAL 
PARKWAY, CINCINNATI 14, OHIO. 
(Tel. MAin 1-8751). 


FOR SALE— —Bob Bever’s Best Bays— ■ 
Wurlitzer 1900’s $395; 2150’s $571; 
Wurlitzer 2204’s &. 2200’s a evf in 
crates, write or phone: 2 AJLI. 
G-200 $495. Be sure t© see Midway’s 
“Sen-Say-Shunai” new Upright 
Ball” with the bouncing ball. J. H. 
RUTTER, INC,, 917 SO. STATE 
STREET SALT LAKE CITY 11, 
UTAH, (Tel. BAvis 2-2549). 


WANT — For Cash: Any make or 
model phonographs in any quantity. 
State all in first letter. For Resale. 
SEACOAST DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 
1200 NORTH AVENUE, ELIZA- 
BETH 4, NEW JERSEY. (Tel. 
Bigelow 8-3524). 


WANT— -To purchase 5,000,000 new 
records, all speeds. We prefer large 
quantities and will buy for cash. 
Top prices offered. No Juke Box 
Records. Write to: RANSEL TRAD- 
ING CORP., 1000 AUSTIN BLVD„ 
ISLAND PARK, N. Y. (Tel. GEneral 
2-1650), JESSE SELTER, Pres. 


FOR SALE ■ — Western Pennsylvania 
Coin Machine Route— Phonographs, 
Bowlers, Bingo & Novelty games. 
Owner retiring after 30 years, route 
nets $4,000.00 per week, for full 
list and details write, BOX $486, 
c/o THE CASH BOX, 1721 BROAD- 
WAY, NEW YORK 19, N.Y. 


FOR SALE— 14' & 11' United Bowling 
Alleys & Bally 14' & 11' Bowling 
Lanes ready for location $245. ea» 
Get ready for the Fall rush. REX- 
BILOTTA CORP., 821 S. S ALINA 
ST., SYRACUSE, N.Y. (Tel. HA 
2-8255). 


Cash Box 


Page 74 


October 3 , 1959 



CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION 


FOR SALE — Chicago Coin Rocket 
Shuffle $250; Keeney Bowl-O-Kama 
$225; Genco Skill Ball $60. W.B. 
DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 1012 MAR- 
KET STREET. ST. LOUIS 1, MIS- 
SOURI. (Tel. CEntral 1-9292). 


FOR SALE — Games Inc.: Skeet Shoot 
$275; Super Hunter $275; Double 
Shot $285; Auto-Bell Circus Wagon 
Wheel $265; Bally Skill Roll (new) 
$65; Sportsman $395; Big Inning 
(free play) 10c 3/25 $295; ABC 
Bowling Lane 14' $245 ; Strike 

Bowler 14' $295; Trophy Bowler 
14' $525; Lucky Alley 11' & 14' 
$645; United Bowling Alley 14' 
$245 ; Genco Quarterback $50 ; 
Bally and United Bingos. Write or 
call _ MICKEY ANDERSON 
AMUSEMENT CO., 314 EAST 11th 
STREET, ERIE, PA. (Tel. GLen- 
dale 2-3207). 


FOR SALE — 12" Dual Cone Hi-Fi type 
Speakers and Baffles, 12 watt, limed 
oak wood. Comer $23.95, Wall 
$19.95, 8" extended range, 8 watt, 
corner $15.95, wall $11.95. MAR- 
VEL MANUFACTURING CO., 2847 
W. FULLERTON AYE., CHICAGO, 
ILL. (Tel. DE 2-2424). 


FOR SALE — -A machine that pays for 
itself first week with little ®r gte 
service! Lucky Horoscope Opera- 
tors report this and more. NATION- 
AL DISTRIBUTORS, 127 SO. 
ENGLISH AVE., SPRINGFIELD, 
ILLINOIS. 


FOR SALE— Sun Valley $275; Miss 
America $215; Big Show $115; Nite 
Club $75; Cypress Gardens $295; 
Show Time $150; Parade $85; Gay- 
ety $35. GENERAL DISTRIBUT- 
ING COMPANY, 1609 ORLEANS 
AVE., NEW ORLEANS, LA. (Tel. 
TUlane 6729). 


FOR SALE — Wurlitzer 1250 (Con- 
verted) $75; Key Wests $160; Big 
Shows $135; Gay Times $50; Pool 
Alley $50; Card Vendors $20; See- 
burg 100 Selection Wall Boxes $40. 
CARL J. SPEIS COMPANY, 316 
WEST COLUMBIA ST., EVANS- 
VILLE 11, IND. (Tel, HA 4-5527). 


FOR SALE — “Pylon” The new plastic 
coating that won’t chip, crack or 
peel. Can be used on games, 
bowlers, shuffles, phonographs. Will 
cut cleaning time 90%. Guaranteed 
America’s finest reconditioned coin 
machines. MUSICAL SALES, 2334 
OLIVE ST., ST. LOUIS, MO. (Tel. 
CH 1-8561). 


FOR SALE — Relays — low cost, high 
quality, general purpose open style 
made to your specifications. Short 
run our specialty. Also electrical 
harnesses and switch stack assem- 
blies. MARVEL MANUFACTURING 
CO., 2847 W. FULLERTON AVE., 
CHICAGO, ILL. (Tel. DI 2-2424). 


FOR SALE- — 10 — 4' extension for CC 
Player Choice Bowler $30 each, 1 
for Bally ABC Bowling Lanes $25; 
CC Rebound Shuffle like new $125. 
J. ROSENFELD COMPANY, 4701 
WASHINGTON ST., ST. LOUIS 8, 
MO. (Tel. FOrest 7-6730). 


FOR SALE— 100,000 new 45 RPM 6 
months to 1 vear old, $10 per 100, 
$90 per 1000. Also 5,000 10" LPs 
30^ each. Other promotional 12" 
LP’s available 50$ to $1,00 each. 
We also buy surplus inventory. 
RAYMAR SALES CO., 170-21 JA- 
MAICA AVE., JAMAICA 32, N. Y. 
(Tel. OLympia 8-4012). 


FOR SALE — Hi-Speed Super Fast 
Shuffle Board wax. 24 one-pound 
cans per case, $8.50 f.o.b. Dallas, 
Texas. Sold on money back guar- 
antee. Distributor for D. Gottlieb, 
ChiCoin, J. H. Keeney. STATE MU- 
SIC DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 3100 
MAIN ST.. DALLAS, TEXAS. 


FOR SALE — Watling Fortune Teller 
Scales $59.50; 10 Chicago Coin 
Bowling League Bowlers $200 ea. ; 
1 Chicago Coin 18 ft. Bowling 
League $250; 4 Keeney Bowlerama 
$175 ea.; 1 Wurlitzer 1900 $400; 
All Model AMI Phonos, lowest 
prices. Bowling Alleys priced above 
are not shipped but in good con- 
dition, all parts intact. Crating on 
bowlers is extra. CENTBAL DIS- 
TRIBUTORS, INC., 2120 LOCUST 
ST., ST. LOUIS 3, MO. (Tel. MA 
1-3511). 


FOR SALE — Special - — Bally: Sea 
Islands $550; Miss Americas $199; 
Key Wests $142.50; -Sun Valleys 
$295; Beach Times $325; Heavy Hit- 
ter $359.50; Jumbos brand new in 
original crates 10c models $725; 
Skill Rolls brand new in original 
crates $49.50 ; Beach Club $20 ; 
Double Header $25; Williams: 
Crosswords $195; Gottlieb: Queen 
of Diamonds $295. NEW ORLEANS 
NOVELTY COMPANY, 115 MAGA- 
ZINE STREET, NEW ORLEANS, 
LOUISIANA. (Tel. JAokson 2-5306). 


FOR SALE — Save on Lamp Bulbs 
#44, #47, #51, #55, $5.45 a hun- 
dred; Calcoin M100A kits 45 RPM 
$44.50; 33 1/3 RPM $22.50; Cash 
Box Burglar Alarms complete w/ 
battery $4.95. Send check or c.o.d. 
DUARTE INTERNATIONAL SALES, 
835 E. 31 ST., LOS ANGELES 11, 
CALIF. 


FOR SALE — Seeburg V-200 $369.50; 
Seeburg C-100 $289.50; Seeburg 
B-100 $199.50; Bally Pinball, Balls- 
A-Poppin’ $49.50; Rally Pinball, 
Circus $89.50; Williams Pin- 
ball, Jig Saw $139.50; Williams 
Pinball, Reno $139.50; Genco Pin- 
ball, Fun Fair $119.50. CULP DIS- 
TRIBUTING CO., 614 WEST 
GRAND, OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 


FOR SALE — Carnival Queen $390.; 
Beach Time $340.; Cypress Gardens 
$300.; Sun Valley $285.; Show 
Time $190.; Big Show $135.; Miss 
America $240. No delay, fast de- 
livery. CROWN NOVELTY CO., 
INC., 920 HOWARD AVE., NEW 
ORLEANS, LA. (Tel. JA 2-7137). 


FOR SALE — Terrific Bargains — 
Bally’s Cypress Gardens $295; Miss 
America $215; Sun Valley $275; 1 
Seeburg V200 Phonograph $400. 
Machines A-l condition. NASTASI 
DISTRIBUTING CO., 912 POY- 
DRAS, NEW ORLEANS 12, LA. 
(Tel. MA 6386). 


FOR SALE — Records. New 45’s, 100 
assorted tunes per carton — 60% 
majors, 11$ and less. EP’s 25$ per 
record, 12" LP’s majors and others, 
pre-packaged 100 or more, $75. 
Will send sample order. Send check 
on jponey order. SID TABACK REC- 
ORDS, 2540 W. PICO BLVD., LOS 
ANGELES 6, CALIF. (Tel. DUnkirk 
3-8735). 


FOR SALE — United 16' Jumbo B.A. 
$425; 6 Star Regulation S.A. $275; 
14' Howling Alley $225; Chief S.A. 
$95; Ballv Blue Ribbon S.A. $175; 
ChiCoin 16' Classic B.L. $475; 14' 
Bowling League $225; Starlite S.A. 
$125. CENTRAL OHIO COIN MA- 
CHINE EXCHANGE, INC., 858 NO. 
HIGH ST., COLUMBUS 8, OHIO. 
(Tel. AXminster 4-3529). 


FOR SALE — 14' Bally Lanes; 12' 
ChiCoin Lanes; 11' and 14' United 
Lanes, $225. each. Fully recondi- 
tioned. Also available 13' United 
Jumbos. NATIONAL NOVELTY CO., 
243 NORTHERN BLVD., GREAT 
NECK, L.I., N.Y. (Tel. HUnter 
2 - 1021 ). 


FOR SALE — New Six Pocket Pool 
Tables $225; Slate $275; 1st Grade 
48" Cue Sticks $18 dozen; Bumper 
Rails $11.95 Set; Bumper Pool 
Tops $24.50; Slate $59.50; Deluxe 
Bumper Pool Balls $10. CHAM- 
PION DIST. CO., 3833 W. DIVI- 
SION ST., CHICAGO 51, ILL. (Tel. 
ALbany 2-3272). 


FOR SALE — Five Wurlitzer 2204; 
Bally Gunsmoke; Chi-Coin Jet Pilot, 
Kiddy Rides, like new; United Sim- 
plex; Bally Golf Champ; Chi-Coin 
Star Rocket. 


FOR SALE — Bally Show Time $150; 
Broadway $60; Key West $125; 
Super Big Tent $395. AUTOMATIC 
MUSIC CO., 703 MAIN ST., 
BRIDGEPORT, OHIO. (Tel. NE 
5-1443). 


FOR SALE — Used machines of all 
models, as is or shopped and ready 
for locations. AUTOMATIC MUSIC 
DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 900 NORTH 
WESTERN, OKLAHOMA CITY 6, 
OKLA. (Tel. FOrest 5-3456). 


FOR SALE — Bally Bingos, practically 
all models, low prices, single sale or 
quantities. Call collect. AUTOMATIC 
AMUSEMENT COMPANY, 1000 
PENNSYLVANIA STREET, EVANS- 
VILLE 8, INDIANA. (Teh I1A 
3-4508). 


FOR SALE — Why pay $14.95 for 
change makers, when you can buy a 
Nickel and Dime-Tube fo r $7 .95 and 
a Two-Nickel at $6.95? WESTERN 
DISTRIBUTORS, 1226 SO. W. 16th 
AVE., PORTLAND 5, OREGON. 


FOR SALE— AMI H-120 $650; AMI 
G-200 $450; AMI F-120 $425; 
AMI F-80 $425; AMI E-80 $300; 
AMI D-40 45 RPM $125; AMI C-40 
45 RPM 95; AMI W80 Wall Boxes 
$50; AMI W120 Wall Boxes $55; 
AMI S120 Receiver $35; AMI 
WM-40 Wall Boxes $8.50; Seeburg 
M100C $300; Wurlitzer 1800 $325. 
All equipment ready for location. 
MILLER - NEWMARK DISTRIBUT- 
ING CO., 42 FAIRBANKS ST., 
N.W.. GRAND RAPIDS 2, MICHI- 
GAN. 


FOR SALE — Baseball Games; Williams 
Special Deluxe (1 PI.) $75; Wms.’ 
Major Leaguer (6 PI.) $95; Genco 
Champion $125 ; Genco Rifle Gal- 
lery $110; Genco Big Top Rifle & 
Wild West Gun $175; United 5th 
Inning Baseball $65; Gottlieb Score- 
board $65; Bumper Pool Tables 
w/new slate, cushions and cue sticks, 
cabinet resprayed $90; National 9 ft. 
Shuffleboard w/elee. scoring $75. 
H. BETTI & SONS, 1706 MANHAT- 
TAN AVE., UNION CITY, N. J. (Tel. 
UN 3-8627). 


FOR SALE — United and Chicago Coin 
shuffles, 10th Frame and later mod- 
els: Wurlitzer 1500’s, 1400’s, 
1250’s, 1015’s; all types Bingos ; 
Coon Hunt, as is or shopped. CAN- 
YON STATES DIST. CO., 301 E. 
7th, TUCSON, ARIZONA. (Tel. 
3-8688). 


FOR SALE— Seeburg KD200’s $595.; 
VL200 $500.; M100C $340.; 

M100B or BL $265.; Wurlitzer 2100 
$495.; 2000 $450.; 1900 $465.; 
AMI F-120 $375.; G-200 $395.; 
Chicago Coin Rebound Shuffle 
(floor sample) $125.; Genco Motor- 
ama $225. ; Keeney Cross Country 
$75.; Bally Skill Boll $65. All 
equipment reconditioned, guaran- 
teed ready for location. R. F. 
JONES CO., 2600— 2ND AVENUE, 
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. (Tel. 
MA 4-7255). R. F. JONES CO., 
1200 S.E. MORRISON ST., PORT- 
LAND, OREGON. (Tel. BElmont 
4-5373). 


FOR SALE— Seeburg 100B $240; C 
$335; HFG $425; HFR $495; 
KD200 $635; Wurlitzer 2204 $625; 
Ristocrat 12 Selector $90; AMI 
E-120 $195; Williams 10 Pins $145; 
AMI C 45 $85. All machines clean, 
ready for location. 1/3 deposit. 
INTER BORO MUSIC CO., 433 W. 
45th ST., NEW YORK 36, N. Y. 
(Tel. JUdson 2-2363). 


FOR SALE — Scarum Burglar Alarms 
— operates on flashlight battery — 2 
minute installation, slightest tamper- 
ing sets off alarm. Scares hoodlums 
away before damage is done, $4.95 
complete, 3 for $12.00. Send check. 
G. I. SPECIALTY, 3361 YORK 
ROAD, DEPT. 6, PHILADELPHIA 
40, PA. 


FOR SALE — Reconditioned Seeburg 
100 Selection Wall-O-Matics, Model 
3W1, Chrome Covers, New Selection 
Buttons. New Aluminum Instruction 
Plates, $49.50. Telephone or wire 
collect. SYracuse 75-1631. DAVIS 
DISTRIBUTING CORP., 738 ERIE 
BLVD., E. SYRACUSE 3, N. Y. 


FOR SALE — For export, sixty Keeney 
Bonus Superbells, Twins, Singles; 
thirty Bally Drawbells, also Digger 
Machines. All machines in excellent 
or practically new condition. Will 
trade for late Bally Bingos. Write 
AUTOMATIC AMUSEMENTS OF 
LAS VEGAS, 2544 EAST CHARLES- 
TON, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA. 


FOR SALE — The best buy in used 
Bally Bingo Games. Just buy one 
and you will see why you pay a 
little more and be glad you did. 
Your money back if not completely 
satisfied. 1/3 deposit with all or- 
ders. Write or call: ALLAN SALES, 
INC., 937 MARKET ST., WHEEL- 
ING, W. VA. (Tel. CEdar 2-7600), 


WANTED — In Trade: Genco and Chi- 
cago Coin Skee Ball and United 
Targette. REDD DISTRIBUTING 
CO., INC., 298 LINCOLN ST., ALL- 
STON, MASS. 


FOR SALE — Pool Cues, Hard Maple. 
Buy the best for Bumper Pool 
Games, 48" long 1^4" Butt, Rubber 
Cushion, Fibre Point, Leather tip, 
two-time finish. $16.20 per doz. 
1/3 with order, balance C.O.D. 
DIEDRICK SUPPLY CO., CHASKA, 
MINN. 


FOR SALE — Bally & United Small 
Ball— 14 ft. Bowlers $225. TOLEDO 
COIN MACHINE EXCHANGE, 814 
SUMMIT, TOLEDO, OHIO. (Tel. 
CH 3-8624). 


FOR SALE— Five 11 foot Bally Strike 
Bowlers, factory reconditioned and 
guaranteed. All latest improvements 
incorporated. Just $375. each. Wire 
$50 deposit for immediate shipment. 
SHELDON SALES, INC. 881 MAIN 
STREET, BUFFALO 3, NEW YORK. 
(Tel. Lincoln 9106). 


FOR SALE — Complete line of used 
Phonographs, Shuffle Games, Cigar- 
ette Machines and various types of 
all other games and equipment. Low- 
est prices. Best merchandise. One 
letter, wire or phone call will con- 
vince you. We are factory repre- 
sentatives for United, Williams, 
Bally, DeGrenier and Genco. TARAN 
DISTRIBUTING, INC., 3401 N.W. 
36th ST., MIAMI 42, FLA. (Tel. 
NEwton 5-2531). 


FOR SALE — Seeburg M100B $250; C 
$325 ; G $425 ; R $500 ; V200 $500 ; 
KD200 $750; III IF 100R $450; 
Wurlitzer 1800 $335; Rock-OIa 

1438 $350. NEW ENGLAND EX- 
HIBIT CO., 237 WASHINGTON ST., 
NEWTON 58, MASS. (Tel. DEcatur 
2-1500). 


FOR SALE — Balls-A-Poppin’ 11 ft. 
United Bowling Alley; United Ace 
Shuffle Alley; Model 1458 Rock-OIa 
Juke Box (new). We need 12 ft. 
American Bank Shot Shuffleboards. 
STATE AMUSEMENT CO., 1531 
BROADWAY, TACOMA 2, WASH. 
(Tel. FUlton 3-2282). 


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FOR SALE — The Midwest’s largest 
stock of Bally Bingos. GLOBE DIS- 
TRIBUTING CO., 1623 NO. CALI- 
FORNIA AVE., CHICAGO 47, ILL. 
(Tel. ARmitage 6-0780). 


FOR SALE — Make offer: 8 Col. Vend- 
all; 5 Col. Mills; 8 Col. Rowe Candy 
Vendors; 3 Astra Scope; Shuffle 
Pool, Ringer Ball, Muto, Skyfighter; 
Chicoin Rocket $150; Bally All Star 
$110; Ten Pins $120. Send for 
bargain list. ODCO, INC., 1102 
BROADWAY, ALBANY 4, N. Y. 


FOR SALE — Gayety $55; Gaytime 
$50; Miami Beach $45; Beach 
Beauty $75; Broadway $60; Nite 
Club $75; Parade $95; Double 
Header $120; Big Show $140; Key 
West $150; Showtime $175; Sun 
Valley $300; Miss America $250; 
Cypress Garden $360; Beach Time 
$325; Ballv All Star $110. D & L 
COIN MACHINE CO., 414 KELKER 
STREET, HARRISBURG, PA. (Tel. 
CEdar 4-1051). 


FOR SALE— Smoke Shop— V27, Ca- 
pacity 630, “The Best Electric Cigar- 
ette Machine On The Market.” Call 
or write today. BILOTl'A ENTER- 
PRISES, INC., 224 NO. MAIN ST., 
NEWARK, NEW YORK.( Tel. DEer- 
field 1-1855). 


FOR SALE — Scales, Watling, Scales — 
500 Guessers $32.50 ea.; Tom 
Thumb Fortunes $35 ea.; 500 For- 
tunes $37.50 ea.; A.B.T. Kirk Hi 
Boy Guessers $35 ea. ; Ready for 
yonr locations, A1 condition. Send 
deposit, balance sight draft. GAY- 
COIN DISTRIBUTORS, 4866 
WOODWARD AVE., DETROIT, 
MICHIGAN. 


FOR SALE — Williams LnLu, Bally 
Balls-A-Poppin, Gottlieb Frontiers- 
man & Poker Face, AMI E 120, 
Wurlitzer 1400-45. S ALINA MUSIC 
* AMUSEMENT CO., 210 SOUTH 
5TH, SAUNA, KANSAS. 


FOR SALE — Special — 30 Seeburg 3WA 
200 selection Wall Boxes exception- 
ally clean. Single lots $85; 10 or 
more $80. UNITED DISTRIBU- 
TORS INC., 902 W. SECOND, 
WICHITA 12, KANSAS. (Tel. HO 
4-6111). 


FOR SALE— AMI H-200 $650.; AMI 
1-200 $750.; Seeburg R-100 $475.; 
Seeburg VL 200 $475.; Seeburg 201 
$850.; Wurlitzer 2000 $450.; Wur- 
litzer 2100 $525.; Rowe Cigarette 
Machines, AMB 14 Col. $165.; 
AMB 11 Col. $130. All Machines 
Shopped and ready for location. 
BELMONT MUSIC CO. 116-118 
N.E. GLENDALE AVE., PEORIA, 
ILL. (Tel. 6-4424 — 4-5868). 


FOR SALE — Wall Boxes 20 selection 
Seeburg 10 *, 3 for 25*; 800 3020’s 
$5.00; Rock-Ola 120 Selection $45 & 
$35; Beach Clubs $50; Yacht Clubs 
$45; Gayety $65; Vendo Coin 
Changer & Stand $65. HALLGREN 
DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 1626 3rd 
AVE., MOLINE, ILUNOIS. (Tel. 
4-6703). 


FOR SALE — We have a large stock of 
reconditioned Shuffle Games and 
Bingo. Write for list. PIONEER 
VENDING, INC., 3726 KESSEN 
AVE., CINCINNATI, OHIO. (Tel. 
MOntana 1-5000). 


FOR SALE — 10 Shoe Shine Machines 
$165. each; 10 Ideal Foot Vibrators 
$125; 50 Victor Baby Grands 5C, 
$6.50; 50 Victor Capsule Vendors 
5C $10.; 10 Rebound Shuffles, like 
new, $150. CLEVELAND COIN MA- 
CHINE EXCHANGE, INC., 2029 
PROSPECT AVE., CLEVELAND, 
OHIO. (Tel. TO 1-6715). 


FOR SALE — 100 Telequiz, with film. 
Reconditioned, refinished, ready for 
location. 5* or 10* play. Special 
price, $79.50. Write for quantity 
prices and lists of other equipment. 
G O R SALES, 5216 NO. LE- 
CLAIRE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. 
(TeL AVenue 3-6818). 


FOR SALE— AMI I-200E $795 ; I-200M 
$645; H-200E $675; G-200 (All 
conversions) $425; G-120 $450; 

F-120 $400; E-120 $195; D-80 
$150; D-40 (45 RPM) $100; See- 
burg KD-200 $550; VL-200 $450; 
V-200 $350; M100A (45 RPM) 
$100; Wurlitzer 2100 $495; Wur- 
litzer 2000 $445; Reconditioned. 
1/3 deposit, balance sight draft. 
Am SALES COMPANY, 3652 W. 
NORTH AVE., CHICAGO 47, ILL. 
(Tel. HUmboldt 6-1070). 


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TIP — 5 Ball Operators — Do you 
have wearing around Bang Bump- 
ers? Recondition your games with 
self -adhering Vinyl Plastic Cover — 
it rings. Only $7.50 per 100. Send 
check to: SELECT ENTERPRISES, 
338 NO. 7th ST., CAMDEN, N. J. 

NOTICE — Manufacturers of Coin Op- 
erated Equipment in need of a 
Southern California representative, 
contact— BOB YOUNG’S SERVICE. 
3426 BEN LOMOND PLACE, LOS 
ANGELES 27, CALIF. (Tel. NO 
2-3254, Car HO 7-7151). 


NOTICE — Mechanic — Experienced in 
repairing all types of amusement 
and music machines. For top man, 
$6240 per vear plus benefits. Write, 
call or visit: BANNER SPECIALTY 
CO., FIFTH STREET ABOVE 
GIRARD. PHILADELPHIA 22, PA. 
(Tel. CEnter 6-5000). 


NOTICE — Buy your parts and sup- 
plies from the nation’s oldest and 
original parts and supply house. 
Save real money. One transporta- 
tion charge. Largest stocks, lowest 
prices. Useful gifts with orders of 
$25 or more. Catalog free. BLOCK 
MARBLE CO., 1425 NO. BROAD 
ST., PHILADELPHIA 22, PA. 


NOTICE — Burglar Alarm for all coin 
operated equipment — operates on 
flashlite battery. Very sensitive to 
tampering with cash door — 100% 
protection — also used for windows 
— installed quickly and easily — 
powerful alarm — thousands being 
installed — complete instructions. 
$4.95 each, 3 for $12.00, $45 box 
of dozen — special quantity prices to 
distributors. BLOCK MARBLE CO., 
1423-27 N. BROAD ST., PHILA. 22, 
PA. 


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WEEK’S USED MACHINE QUOTATIONS 


How To Use “The Cash Box Price Lists’ 


FOREWORD: Many time®, wide differences appear in the quotatioa of high 
aod low prices @f certain equipment. Like any true reporter “The Cash Box 
Price Lists” can only feature the market price® as they are quoted. “Tfa® Cash 

Box Price Lists” act exactly the same as the market quotation board at the Stock 
Exchange — posting the prices a® they are quoted for the past week, regardless of 
how much they may seem to be out of line. Some prices do not change for 
months. “The Cash Box Price Lists,” rather than show no price, retain the last 
known quotations for such equipment so that the subscriber at least has the last 
known prices as a basis to work with. Prices may be very widely divergent. 
Someone on the West Coast may fool a certain machine worth $150.00 where** 
someone on the East Coast may think it worth but $75.00. Of course, serial, 
appearance, demand, territory, qaamtity, and condition of equipment must be 
taken into consideration. (Some equipment offered by outstanding firms, having 
a reputation for shipping completely reconditioned machines, will be offered 
at higher prices than others, due to the added cost of reconditioning.) “The 
Cash Box Price Lists” reports each quotation exactly as it is made and depends 
on the subscriber to make average price adjustments to fit the pecularities of 
his territory. 


METHOD: “The Cash Box Price Lists” should be read as follows: First 
price listed is lowest price quoted for the week; Second price listed is highest 
price quoted. 


(Numeral Preceding Machine) 


COME 

1. Prices UP 

2. Prices DOWN 

3. Prices UP and 
DOWN 

4. No change from Last 
Week 


5. No quotations Last 2 to 4 
Weeks 

6. No quotations 4 Weeks or 
Longer 

7. Machines Just Added 
* Great Activity 



AMI 


4* D-40, ’51, 40 Sel. 


79.50 150.00 


4* VL200, ’56, 200 Sel 450.00 525.00 



ITT 


BALLY 


6. Silver Chest 


4* D-80, ’51, 80 Sel 

. 139.50 

245.00 

4. E-40, ’53, 40 Sel 

149.00 

175.00 

4* E-80, '53, 80 Sel 

. 295.00 

300.00 

4* E-120, ’52, 120 Sel. . . . 

. 195.00 

295.00 

4. F-80, ’54, 80 Sel 

. 395.00 

425.00 

4* F-120, ’54, 120 Sel. 

375.00 

450.00 

4. G-80, ’55, 80 Sel 

. 350.00 

400.00 

4* G-120, ’55, 120 Sel. 

. 450.00 

475.00 

4* G-200, ’56, 200 Se). 

. 395.00 

495.00 

4. H-120, ’57, 120 Sel. . 

. 625.00 

695.00 

4. H-200, ’57, 200 Sel. 

. 645.00 

700.00 

4* I-200M, ’58, 200 Sel. 

. 645.00 

750.00 

4. I-200E, ’58, 200 Sel. . 

. . 795.00 

895.00 

6. WM Wall Box 

5.00 

8.00 

6. SM or SL Stepper . 

5.00 

8.00 

4. W200 Wall Box 

. . 85.00 

89.50 


ROCK-OLA 


6. 1436, ’52. Fireball, 120 

Sel 75.00 165.00 

6. 1436A, ’53, Fireball, 120 

Sel 95.00 150.00 


4. 1438, ’54, Comet, 120 Sel. 275.00 350.00 

4. 1446, ’54, Hi-Fi, 120 Sel. 319.00 375.00 
4, 1448, ’55, Hi-Fi, 120 Sel. 425.00 465.00 


6. 1452, ’55, 50 Sel 400.00 425.00 

4* 1454, ’56, 120 Sel 465.00 495.00 

2* 1455, ’57, 200 Sel 465.00 535.00 

4. 1458, ’58, 120 Sel 595.00 620.00 

4. 1465, ’58, 200 Sel . 650.00 750.00 

smmm 

4. M100A, ’51, 100 Sel. . 100.00 15) :t 

4* M100B, ’51, 100 Sel. 240.00 300.00 

4. M100BL, ’51, 100 Sel., 

Light Cab. 250.00 275.00 

1*M100C, ’52, 100 Sel. 239.50 375.00 
4* HF100G, ’53, 100 Sel. . 4: 5 ,00 475.00 

2* HF100R, ’54, 100 Sel. 450.00 525.00 

6. V160, ’55, 160 Sel 450.00 475.00 

4* V200, ’55, 200 Sel 350.00 500.00 


4* KD200, ’57, 200 Sel. . . 

550.00 

750.00 

4. KD200H, ’57, 200 Sel. . . 

725.00 

775.00 

2. LI 00. '57, 100 Sel 

600.00 

650.00 

4* 201, ’58, 200 Sel. 

850.00 

875.00 

6. W1-L56 Wall Box 5* . 

3.00 

5.00 

6. 3W2 Wall-a-Matic 

3.00 

5.00 

6. W4L-56 

5.00 

8.00 

6. 3W5-L56 Wall Box, 5*, 



104, 25# 

5.00 

s.oe 

6. W6L-56 5/10/25 Wire- 



less 

5.00 

9.00 

6. 3W7-L-56 

5.00 

8.00 

4. 3W1 Wall-a-Malic 

37.50 

49.50 


WURSJTZER 


4. 1250, ’50, 48 Sel., 45 

or 78 RPM 49.50 75.00 

2. 1400, ’51, 48 Sel., 45 

or 78 RPM 50.00 100.00 

6. 1450, 51, 48 Sel, 45 er 

78 RPM 95.00 165.00 

2. 1500, ’52, 104 Sel., 45 

& 78 Intermix 100.00 125.00 

5. 1500A, ’53, 104 Sel., 45 & 

78 Intermix 100.00 125.00 

5. 1600, ’53, 48 Sel., 45 & 

78 Intermix 130.00 160.00 

1. 1650, ’53, 48 Sel. 174.00 225.00 

4. 1650A, ’54, 48 Sel 245.00 325.00 

4. 1700, ’54, 104 Sel 275.00 345.00 

4* 1800, ’55, 104 Sel. 335.00 375.00 

4* 1900, ’56, 104 Sel 395.00 475.00 

1* 2000, ’56, 200 Sel. . . 425.00 495.00 

4* 2100, ’57, 200 Sel 445.00 549.00 

4. 2104, ’57, 104 Sel. 510.00 550.00 

4* 2150, ’57, 200 Sel. 550.00 575.00 

4, 2204, ’58, 104 Sel 625.00 650.00 

4. 2200, ’58, 200 Sel 750.00 800.00 

6 2140 Wall Box 2.50 5.00 

4. 3020 Wall Box 3.00 5.00 

6. 3048 (Conv. of 3020) . . 3.00 10.00 

6. 3031 Wall Box 3.00 9.00 

6. 3045 Wall Box 3.00 9.00 

6. 4820 Wall Box 8.00 20.00 

6. 4851 Wall Box 9.00 25.00 

4. 5110 Wall Box 89.50 99.50 


4. Atlantic City (5/52) . 

25.00 

50.00 

2. Ball-A-Poppin’ (11/56) 

60.00 

85.00 

1. Beach Beauty (11/55) . 

75.00 

95.00 

4. Beach Club (2/53) 

25.00 

50.00 

3* Beach Time (9/58) 

300.00 

385.00 

4. Beauty (11/52) 

20.00 

50.00 

4* Big Show (9/56) 

95.00 

140.00 

1. Big Time ( 1/55) 

65.00 

85.00 

6. Bright Lights (5/51) . . 

15.00 

60.00 

6. Bright Spot (11/51) 

25.00 

65.00 

4* Broadway (12/55) 

60.00 

100.00 

1* Carnival (11/57) 

125.00 

175.00 

4* Carnival Queen (1/59) 

370.00 

445.00 

4. Circus (8/57) 

140.00 

175.00 

6. Coney Island (9/52) 

20.00 

50.00 

6. Crossroads (1/56) .... 

195.00 

235.00 

3* Cypress Gardens (6/58) 

270.00 

350.00 

4* Double Header (7/56) 

90.00 

125.00 

4. Dude Ranch (9/53) . . . 

25.00 

50.00 

4. Frolics (10/52) 

25.00 

55.00 

1* Gay Times (6/55) . 

50.00 

75.00 

4* Gayety (3/55) 

35.00 

65.00 

4. Hi-Fi (6/54) 

25.00 

50.00 

4. Ice Frolics (1/54) .... 

20.00 

50.00 

4* Key West ( 12/56) 

120.00 

160.00 

1* Miami Beacli (9/54) . 

45.00 

75.00 

1* Miss America (2/58) 

200.00 

250.00 

4* Night Club (4/56) 

75.00 

95.00 

4. Palm Beach (7/52) 

15.00 

60.00 

4. Palm Springs (11/53) . 

30.00 

50.00 

4* Parade ( 6/56) 

85.00 

95.00 

4. Sea Island (2/59) . . . . 

550.00 

595.00 

4* Show Time (3/57) . 

140.00 

209.50 

4. Spot Lite (1/52) 

25.00 

50.00 

4* Sun Valley (7/57) . . . . 

245.00 

315.00 

1. Surf Club (3/54) 

25.00 

65.00 

6. Target Roll (1/58) . . . 

125.00 

195.00 

4. U.S. A. (8/58) 

225.00 

250.00 

1. Variety (9/54) 

40.00 

65.00 

4. Yacht Club (6/53) . . . 

45.00 

50.00 

CHICAGO COIN 


6. Big Hit (7/52) 

15.00 

25.00 

4. Blondie (8/56) 

95.00 

125.00 

4. Capri (10/56) 

75.00 

85.00 

GENCO 

6. 400 Upright (10/52) 

30.00 

50.00 

4. Flying Aces (7/58) . . . 

195.00 

239.00 

4. Fun Fair (12/57) .... 

125.00 

139.00 

6. Golden Nugget 

(Upright) (2/53) . . 

35.00 

65.00 

6. Jumping Jack 

(Upright) (12/52) . 

20.00 

40.00 

4. Show Boat (12/57) . . . . 

125.00 

150.00 


(Upright) (4/53) . 

40.00 

50.00 

6. Springtime (3/52) .... 

20.00 

30.00 

GOTTLIEB 



4. Ace High (1/57) 

119.50 

135.00 

4. Arabian Knights 



(12/53) 

50.00 

60.00 

4. Atlas (5/59) 

400.00 

425.00 

4. Auto Race (9/56) .... 

100.00 

125.00 

4. Brite Star (4/58) 

260.00 

275.00 

6. Chinatown (10/52) . . . 

40.00 

75.00 

4. Classy Bowler (7/56) . 

125.00 

135.00 

4. Continental Cafe 



(7/57) 

175.00 

195.00 

6. Coronation (11/52) . . . 

35.00 

45.00 

4. Crisg Cross (3/58) . . . 

195.00 

210.00 

6. Crossroads (5/52) 

25.00 

60.00 

6. Daisy Mae (7/54) .... 

60.00 

80.00 

4. Derby Day (5/56) .... 

95.00 

100.00 

4. Diamond Lil (12/54) . . 

65.00 

75.0(1 

4. Dragonette (6/54) 

70.00 

80.00 

4. Double Action (1/59) 

315.00 

375.00 

4. Duette (4/55) 

85.00 

100.00 

4. Easy Aces (12/55) . . . . 

115.00 

145.00 

4. Fair Lady (12/56) . . . 

165.00 

190.00 

4. Falstaff (11/57) 

295.00 

325.00 

4. Flagship (1/57) 

155.00 

175.00 

4. Flying High (2/53) . . 

40.00 

70.00 

4. Four Bells (10/54) ... 

50.00 

60.00 

6. Four Stars (6/52) 

30.00 

40.00 

4. Frontiersman (11/55) 

75.00 

85.00 

4. Gladiator (1/56) 

115.00 

125.00 

4. Gold Star (8/54) 

65.00 

75.00 

6. Grand Slam (4/53) . . . 

35.00 

55.00 

6. Green Pastures (1/54) 

40.00 

65.00 

6. Guys-Dolls (5/53) . . . . 

30.00 

80.00 

2. Gypsy Queen (2/55) 

60.00 

75.00 

6. Happy Days (7/52) . . . 

25.00 

50.00 

4. Harbor Lites (2/56) 

70.00 

95.00 

4. Hawaiian Beauty 



(4/54) 

65.00 

110.00 

4. Hi-Diver (4/59) 

275.00 

300.00 

6. Jockey Club (5/54) 

70.00 

90.00 

4. Jubilee (5/55) 

145.00 

175.00 

6. Lady Luck (9/54) .... 

60.00 

90.00 

4. Lovely Lucy (2/54) 

45.00 

50.00 

4. Majestic (4/57) 

290.00 

310.00 

2. Marathon (10/55) . 

115.00 

125.00 

6. Marble Queen (8/53) . . 

35.00 

50.00 

6. Mermaid (6/51) 

15.00 

30.00 

4. Mystic Marvel (3/54) . 

75.00 

90.00 

6. Niagara (12/51) 

20.00 

40.00 

4. Picnic (10/58) 

295.00 

315.00 

6. Pin Wheel (11/53) . . . 

30.00 

50.00 

6. Poker Face (9/53) . . . 

50.00 

75.00 

6. Quartet (2/52) 

39.0® 

50.00 

4. Queen of Hearts 



(12/52) 

35.00 

50.00 


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October S -., 


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in choice of equipment 
to meet and create greater 
profit opportunities. 


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“It’s What’s in THE CASH BOX Thai Counts— INTERNATIONALLY” 









The Cash Box PRICE LISTS 


The Cash Box 


Page 78 


October 3, 1959 


(PINBALL GAMES— -Comtismed!) 


6. Quintet (3/53) 

40,00 

60,00 

4. 

Daffy Derby (8/54) 

. 45.00 

65.00 

4. Race Time (3/59) . . . . 

275.00 

345.00 

6 

Dealer “21” (2/54) 

. 20.00 

75.00 

4. Rainbow (12/56) 

145.00 

165.00 

6. 

Disk Jockey (11/52) 

30.00 

55.00 

4. Register (10/56) 

2. Rocket Shisj (5/58) . 

125.00 

200.00 

140.00 

215.00 

4. 

Domino (2/52) 

. 25.00 

39.00 

4, Roto Pool (7/58) . . . . 

225.00 

240.00 

4. 

Fairway (6/53) 

. 20.00 

30.00 

4. Royal Flush (5/57) . . . 

145.00 

170.00 

4. 

Four Corners (12/52) 

. 35.00 

40.00 

4. Scoreboard (4/56) . . . . 

60.00 

75.00 

4. 

bun House (10/56) . . 

. 100.00 

125.00 

4. Sea Belles (8/56) . . . 

145.00 

150.00 

4. 

Gay Paree (6/57) ... 

. 125.00 

150.00 

4. Shindig (10/53) 

40.00 

50.00 

6* 

Grand Champion 

(3/53) 

. 35.00 

65.00 

4. Silver (10/57) 

175.00 

195.00 

6. 

Gun Club (11/53) . . . 

. 35.00 

85.00 

2. Sittin’ Pretty (11/58) . 

225.00 

265.00 

4. 

Gusher (9/58) 

. 175.00 

195.00 

6. Skill Pool (8/52) .... 

20.00 

50.00 

6. 

Handicap (6/52) . . . . 

. 30.00 

40.00 

4. Sluggin' Champ (4/55) 

95.00 

150.00 

6. 

Hayburner (6/51) . . . 

. 25.00 

50.00 

4. Southern Belle (6/55) . 

59.00 

75.00 

6. 

Hi-Hand (6/57) . . . . 

. 125.00 

150.00 

4. Stage Coach (11/54) 

70.00 

80.00 

4. 

Hot Diggity (8/56) . . 

. 100.00 

125.00 

4. Straight blush (12/57) 

195.00 

225.00 

6. 

Jalopy (8/51) 

. 25.00 

65.00 

4. Straight Shooter 

(2/59) 

265.00 

295.00 

1. 

Jig Saw (12/57) 

. 150.00 

154.00 

4. Sunshine (10/58) . . . . 

265.00 

275.00 

4. 

Kings (8/57) 

. 125.00 

145.00 

4, Super Circus (10/57) 

225.00 

250.00 

6. 

Lazy “Q” (2/54) .... 

. 35.00 

85.00 

6. Super jumbo (10/54) . 

200.00 

250.00 

6. 

Long Beach (7/52) . . 

. 35.00 

45.00 

4. Sweet-Add-A-Line 



6. 

Lulu (12/54) 

. 45.00 

65.00 

(7/55) 

105.00 

125.00 

4, 

Majorettes (4/52) ... 

20.00 

40.00 

2. Toreador (6/56) 

115.00 

125.00 

6. 

“9” Sisters (1/54) . . . 

. 50.00 

100.00 

6. Tournament (8/55) 

115.00 

150.00 

6. 

Olympics (5/52) .... 

20.00 

30.00 

4. Twin BeR (1/55) .... 

75.00 

125.00 

6. 

Palisades (7/53) .... 

35.00 

60.00 

4. Whirlwind (2/58) .... 

245.00 

275.00 

6. 

Paratrooper (8/52) 

20.00 

40.00 

4. Wishing Well (9/55) . . 

95.00 

110.00 

6. 

Perky (11/56) 

80.00 

115.00 

4. World Champ (8/57) . 

95.00 

129.00 

4. 

Peter Pan (4/55) . . . 

75.00 

95.00 


80.00 


UNITED 

4. Brazil (10/56) 

1. Cabana (3/53) 35.00 

4. Caravan (2/56) 65.00 

6. Circus (8/52) 30.00 

4. Havana (2/54) 20.00 

4. Hawaii (6/54) 30.00 

6. Jolly Joker (11/55) ... 75.00 

4. Manhattan (4/53) .... 25.00 

6. Mexico (3/54) 35.00 

4. Monaco (8/56) 95.00 

4. Nevada (8/54) 40.00 

4. Pixie (1/55) 25.00 

4. Playtime (10/57) 150.00 


6. Rio (11/53) 


20.00 


4. Rodeo (2/53) 35.00 


60.00 

25.00 

25.00 


6. Show Boat (12/52) 

4. Singapore (10/54) . 

4. South Seas (2/56) . 

4. Starlets (12/55) 45.00 

4. Stars (6/52) 25.00 

4. Tahiti (8/53) 35.00 

4. Triple Play (8/55) . 

6. Tropicana (1/55) 

4. Tropics (7/53) 25.00 

6. Zingo (10/51) 20.00 


55.00 

45.00 


135.00 

65.00 

95.00 

60.00 
50.00 

50.00 

90.00 

40.00 

75.00 

160.00 

50.00 

45.00 

175.00 

60.00 

50.00 

85.00 
50.0® 

45.00 

55.00 

50.00 
50.00 

100.00 
110.00 

50.00 

45.00 


WILLIAMS 

6. Army-Navy (10/53) .. 30.00 

6. Arrow Head (7/57) ... 100.00 
4. Band Wagon (8/55) . . 100.00 

6. Big Ben (9/54) 55.00 

6. Caravan (6/52) 25.00 

2. Circus Wagon (10/55) 95.00 

4. C.O.D. (9/53) . 50.00 

4. Colors (11/54) 40.00 

6. Cue Ball (2/57) 130.00 


45.00 
120.00 
125.00 

75.00 

45.00 

125.00 

70.00 

60.00 

150.00 


1. Piccadilly (5/56) 

6. Race The Clock (5/55) 
4. Regatta (11/55) 

1. Reno (10/57) 

4. Screamo (4/54) 

4. Shamrock (1/57) 

6. Silver Skates (2/53) . . 

6. Skyway (8/56) 

6. Slugfesi (3/52) 

2. Smoke Signal (10/55) . 

4. Snafu (12/55) 

6. Soccer Kick Off 

(12/57) 

6. Spitfire (2/55) 

6. Sportsman (2/52) .... 

4. Stardust (3/56) 

4. Starfire (1/57) 

4. Star Pool (10/54) 

4. Starlite (3/53) 

6. Steeplechase (11/57) . 

6. Struggle Baggie® 

(12/53) 

4. Super Score (9/56) . . . 
6. Surf Rider (12/56) . . . 
6. Sweepstake (1/52) ... 
4. Three Deuces (8/55) . . 
4. Thunderbird (5/54) 

4. Tim-Buc-Tu (1/56) . . 
6. Times Square (4/53) . 

4. Top Hat (10/58) 

4. Turf Champ (8/58) . . . 
6. Twenty Grand (12/52) 
6. Wonderland (5/55) 


75.00 

50.00 

115.00 

159.00 

45.00 

90.00 

30.00 

50.00 

25.00 

55.00 

65.00 


85.00 

95.00 

150.00 

165.00 

50.00 

140.00 

40.00 

100.00 

40.00 

70.00 

75.00 


195.00 

50.00 

20.00 

80.00 

140.00 
50.00 
50.00 

150.00 


265.00 

75.00 
4® Jfl 

85.00 

175.00 

75.00 
75.00 

175.00 


30.00 

75.00 

80.00 

30.00 

75.00 

55.00 

70.00 

39.00 

195.00 

175.00 

25.00 

75.00 


55.00 

80.00 
100.00 

45.00 

115.00 

75.00 

85.00 

65.00 

214.00 
259.50 

50.00 

90.00 


1 ml 1 1 


2. Bally Champion Horse 
4. Bally Moon Ride .... 

2. Bally Space Ship 

6. Bally Speed Boat 

4. Bally Toonerville Trolley 
2. Bert Lane Lancer Horse 
6. Bert Lane Merry-Go- 

Round 

2. B. L. Miss America Boat 
6. Bert Lane Fire Engine 
6. Capitol Donald Duck 

2. Capitol Elsie 

6. Capi Palomino Horse 
6. Capitol See Saw 


325.00 

125.00 

195.00 

165.00 

495.00 

225.00 


425.00 

225.00 

250.00 

295.00 

525.00 

250.00 


200.00 

195.00 

250.00 

220.00 

150.00 

195.00 

125.00 


295.00 

225.00 

295.00 

295.00 

200.00 

300.00 

295.00 


6. Chicago Coin Super Jet 
2. Chicago Round The 

World Trainer 

6. Deceo Merry-Go-Round 
6. Decco Space Ranger . . 
6. Exhibit Big Bronco . . 

6. Exhibit Mustang 

6. Exhibit Sea Skates . . . 
6. Exhibit Space Patrol . . 
4 . Exhibit Rudolph The 

Reindeer 

4. Scientific Television . . . 
4 . Scientific Boat Ride . . . 
6. Texas Merry-Go-Round 
4 . Tasko Baby Elephant . . 


125.00 

275.00 

325.00 

350.00 

195.00 

350.00 

225.00 

295.00 

295.00 

350.00 

295.00 

350.00 

125.00 

225.00 

125.00 

250.00 

795.00 

825.00 

175.00 

250.00 

100.00 

125.00 

200.00 

295.00 

495.00 

795.00 





BALLY 


4. Victory Bowler (5/54) . 
6. Champion Bowler 

(5/54) 

4. Jet Bowler (8/54) .... 
4. Rocket Bowler (8/54) . 
6. Mystic Bowler (12/54) 
6. Magic Bowler (12/54) . 
4. Blue Ribbon (3/55) . . 
6. Gold Medal (3/55) . . . 
4. ABC Bowler (7/55) . . 

6. Deluxe model 

6. Congress (7/55) 

6. Deluxe model 

6. Jumbo Bowler (9/55) . . 
6. King Pin Bowler 

(9/55) 

4* ABC Bowling Lane 

(1/57) 

1. ABC Tournament 

Bowler (6/57) 

6. ABC Super DeLux© 

Bowler (9/57) 

4. ABC Champion Bowler 

(10/57) 

4* Strike Bowler (11/57). 
1. All Star Bowling 

(12/57) 

4. All-Star DeLuxe 

(2/58) 

1. Trophy Bowler 

(12/57) 

4* Lucky Alley (8/58) . . . 


55.00 90.00 


60.00 

90.00 

65.00 
65.00 
65.00 

125.00 

150.00 

225.00 

245.00 

225.00 

255.00 

265.00 


95.00 

125.00 

115.00 

125.00 

135.00 

175.00 

195.00 

235.00 

330.00 

295.00 

355.00 

350.00 


270.00 

245.00 

475.00 

375.00 


350.00 

325.00 

495.00 


425.00 


595.00 

275.00 


645.00 

350.00 


135.00 

125.00 


170.00 

145.00 


525.00 

645.00 


575.00 

675.00 


CHICAGO COIN 


6. Match Bowler (6/52) . . 
6. Bowl-A-Ball (10/52) . . 
6. Match Bowl-A-BaR 

(11/52) 

6. 10th Frame De«iM® 

(12/52) 

6. Name Bowler (1/51) . . 
6. 10th Frame Double 

Scere (S/51) 

6. Crown (4/51) 

6. Crown, Giant Pins 

(4/5S) 

6. Triple Scere (6/53) . . 

6. Gold Cup (7/53) 

6. High Speed Crown 

(7/55) 

6. High Speed Triple 

Score (S/5S) 

6. Advamce (10/53) 

6. EJasg (10/53) ......... 

4. Cries Cross Bowler 

(12/58) 

6. Super Frame (4/54) . . 

4. Starlite (S/S4) 

6. Feature (7/54) 

4. Holiday (9/54) 

6. Hash (10/54) 

6. Playtime (10/54) .... 

6. Fireball (11/54) 

4. Tfamderlbelt (12/54) . . 
6. Triple Strike (2/55) . . . 

4, Arrow (2/S5) 

6. Criss Cross Target!® 

(1/55) 

6. Deluxe model 

6. Bonus Score (4/S5) 

6. Big League (5/55) .... 
6. Hollywood (5/55) .... 

2. Blinker (8/55) 

6. Score-A-Line (9/S5) 

6. Bowling Team (10/55) 
6. Miami Shuffle (10/56) 
4* Bowling League (2/57) 
4. Ski Bowl (11/57) 

6 Player 

4. Classic Rowling 

League (7/57) 

3. TV Bowling League 

111/57) 

1. Rocket Shuffle (3/58) 

1 Player 

4* 2 Player 

4. Explorer Shuffle (6/58) 
4* Rebound Shuffle 

(12/58) 


25.00 

30.00 


50.00 

60.0® 


25.00 65.00 


25.0® 

30.00 


65.00 

65.00 


80 JO 
30.00 


75.0® 

85.00 


35 J® 

35.00 

30.00 


90 JO 

90.00 

95.00 


S0J® 95.00 


30.00 

30.00 
60.00 


95.00 

95.00 

95.00 


4©J0 

45.00 

55.00 

60.00 

70.00 
70J® 
95 J® 

95.00 

100.00 

125.00 


95.00 

110.00 

125.00 

115.00 

125.00 
170 JO 

170.00 

185.00 
175 JO 

205.00 

195.00 


3SJ0 

40.00 

150.00 

160.00 

175.00 
175.00 

175.00 
175.0® 

65.00 

250.00 


75 JO 
110.00 

205.00 

215.00 

229.00 

225.00 

250.00 
260.09 

115.00 

325.00 


100.00 

395.00 

295.00 


125.00 

495.00 

325.00 


125.00 

225.00 
225.00 


195.00 

245.00 

295.00 


75.00 125.00 


GENCO 


4. Shuffle Target (7/51) 
4. Shuffle Pool (11/53) 
6. Match Pool (2/54) . 

4. Skill Ball 

2 Player (11/56) . 
6. 6 Player (2/57) . . 


10.00 

30.00 

50.00 


25.00 

45.00 

60.00 


65.00 

100.00 


90.00 

175.00 


KEENEY 


6. Super DeLuxe League 

Bowl. (3/52) . . . 

. . 25.00 

6. High Score League 


(S/52) 

. . 25.00 

4. Team (10/52) 

. . 25.00 

6. Club (4/53) 

. . 25.0® 

6. Domino (5/53) 

. . 30.00 

6. Carnival (5/53) . . . . 

. . 40.00 

1. Pacemaker (9/53) 

. . 40.00 

6. Mainliner Bowler 


(1/S4) 

. . 45.00 

6. Bonus (3/54) 

. . 45.00 

1. Diamond Bowler 


(5/54) 

. . 65.00 

6. Bikini (6/54) 

. . 65 JO 

6. Century (6/54) 

. . 90.00 

6. American (9/54) . . . 

. . 90.0® 

1, National (9/54) . . . . 

. . 90.00 

6. Speedlane (4/55) . . . 

.. 125J0 

UNITED 

6. 6-PI. Super (3/52) . . 

. . 20.00 

6. 4-PI. Official (5/12) 

. . 20.00 

6. 6-PL Star (7/52) . . . . 

. 20.00 

6. 10th Frame Star (9/52) 20.00 

6. Manhattan 10th Frame 

<§/52> ........... 

. . 20 JO 

6. Manhattan (9/52) 

. . 30.00 

6. 10th Frame Super 


CM/SI) ......... 

. . 30J0 

6. Cascade (2/53) 

. . 30.00 

6. Clover (2/53) 

. . 30.00 

6. Liberty (2/53) 

. . 30.00 

6. Classic (6/53) 

. . 25.00 

6. Olympic (6/53) 

. . 30J0 

4. Royal (9/53) 

. . 50.00 

6. Imperial (9/53) . . . . 

. . 25 J® 

6. DeLuxe model .... 

. . 35.00 

4. Leader (11/53) .... 

. . 95.0® 

4. DeLuxe model .... 

. 95.00 

4. Team (1/54) 

. . 45.00 

6. DeLuxe model .... 

. . 50.00 

4. League (1/54) 

. . 50.00 

. DeLuxe model . . . 

. . 50.00 

#. Ace (5/S4) 

. . 55 J® 

6. DeLuxe model . . . 

. . 55.0® 

6. Rainbow (5/54) .... 

. . 80.00 

4. Banner (8/54) 

. 65.00 

6. DeLuxe model .... 

. . 65.00 

1. Shuffle Targette 


(8/54) 

. 75.00 

6. DeLuxe model .... 

. 65.00 

4. Speedy (8/54) 

. 65.00 

6. 11th Frame (10/54) . 

. 65.00 

6. BeLmx® model . . . 

. 65 JO 

4. Comet Targette 


(11/54) 

. 95.00 

6. DeLuxe model .... 

. 75.00 

4. Mercury (12/54) . . . 

. 80.00 

4. DeLuxe model . . . 

. to.oo 

4. Mars (1/55) 

. 90.00 

6. DeLuxe model .... 

. 95.00 

1 . Lightning (2/55) . . . 

. 145.00 

6. DeLuxe model .... 

. 95.00 

2. Venus (3/55) 

. 90.00 


6. DeLuxe model 

2. Clipper (5/55) 

6. DeLuxe model 

6. Derby Roll (6/55) .... 

6. DeLuxe model 

4. 5th inning (6/55) .... 

6. DeLuxe model 

4. Capitol (6/55) 

6. DeLuxe model 

4. Super Bonus (9/55) . . 

6. DeLuxe model 

6. Top Notch (10/55) . . . 
4. Top Notch Special .... 
4. Regulation (11/55) . . . 
6. DeLuxe model 
4* Bowling Alley (11/56) 
4. Jumbo Bowling Alley 

(9/S7) 

4. Royal Bowler (12/57) . 
4. Midget Bowling Alley 
(3/58) 

1. Shooting Stars (4/58) . 

2. Pixie Bowler (8/58) . . 


100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 
65J0 
95.00 

215.00 

140.00 

160.00 
195J0 

270.00 

295.00 

270.00 

275.00 

245.00 


425.00 

325.00 


55.00 

55.00 

95.00 


95.00 

150.00 

400.00 


WILLIAMS 


40.00 

40.00 

50.00 

55.00 


55.00 

65.00 


65 JO 

75.00 

50.00 
75J0 

75.00 
75J0 

95.00 
95J0 

90.00 
115.00 

115.00 
100J0 

120.00 
100.00 

130.00 
125J0 

140.00 

145.00 
115J0 

150.00 


115.00 

160.00 

135.00 

115.00 

170.00 


125.00 

175.00 

125.00 

180.00 

135.00 

190.00 

195.00 

145.00 

135.00 

195.00 

125.00 

195.00 
195.00 

195.00 

100.00 
210.00 

225.00 

240.00 

225.00 

245.00 

325.00 

325.00 

295.00 

325.00 
325.00 


525.00 t 

350.00 


135.00 

195.00 

425.00 


4. Roll-A-Ball (12/56) 
6 Player 


90.00 100.00 


COPYRIGHTED 1959. REPRODUCTION NOT PERMITTED. 







The Cash Box PRICE LISTS 


The Cash Box 


Page 79 


October 3, 1959 




Man uf acturers New Equip ment 

Products listed here are currently in production. Prices are manufacturers’ list 
prices, F.OJB. factory. Where no prices are listed, the manufacturers have not 

authorized price publication. 


4. ABT 6 Gun Rifle Range 425.00 475.00 


6. Air Football 112.50 150.00 

6 . Air Hockey 125.00 195.00 

6 . Amus. Boomerang 30.00 75.00 

3. Auto Photo Model 9 .1050.00 1150.00 

4. B Rapid Fire 50.00 125.00 

4. B Undersea Raider . . . 50.00 125.00 

4. B Bulls Eye Shooting 

Gallery (9/55) 195.00 250.00 

4. B Big Inning (5/58) . . 295.00 325.00 
4. B Golf Champ (8/58) . 175.00 250.00 

2. Skill Roll (Upright) 

(B 3/58) 59.50 95.00 

4. Capitol Midget Movies 125.00 145.00 
4. CC BuUseye Baseball . 195.00 225.00 
6. CC Basketball Champ 65.00 125.00 

2. CC 4-Player Derby .... 95.00 125.00 

1. CC Goalee 95.00 110.00 

6 . CC Hockey 45.00 65.00 

4. CC Midget Skee 60.00 125.00 

4. CC Pistol 50.00 75.00 

4. CC Home Run 

6 Player (3/54) .... 50.00 75.00 

4. Super model 75.00 95.00 

4. CC Big League Bullseye 

Baseball (5/55) .... 145.00 195.00 
4. CC Twin Hockey (5/56) 200.00 215.00 
1. CC Steam Shovel (5/56) 115.00 125.00 
4. CC Batter Up (4/58) . . 225.00 245.00 
4. CC Criss Cross 

Hockey (10/58) .... 295.00 325.00 

4. CC Croquet (8/58) . . 75.00 95.00 

6. Ev Bola Score 30.00 65.00 

1. Ev Bat-A-Score 90.00 100.00 

6. Ev Ski Roll 35.00 60.00 

4. Ev Super Bomber 50.00 150.00 

6. Ex Dale Gun 25.00 65.00 

2. Ex Gun Patrol 75.00 100.00 

4. Ex Jet Gun 95.00 125.00 

1. Ex Space Gun 100.00 125.00 

4. Ex Pony Express 40.00 100.00 

4. Ex Silver Bullets 40.00 100.00 

6. Ex Six Shooter 55.00 95.50 

6. Ex Vitalizer 65.00 95.00 

6. Ex Shooting Gal. (6/54) 65.00 125.00 

4. Ex Star Shooting 

Gallery (9/54) 75.00 150.00 

6. Ex Sportland Shooting 

Gallery (11/54) .... 65.00 125.00 

4. Ex “500” Shooting 

Gallery (3/55) 110.00 125.00 


6. Ex Treasure Cove Shoot- 


ing Gallery (6/55) . 210.00 240.00 
6. Ex Jungle Hunt (3/57) 150.00 295.00 

3. Ex Ringer Ball (11/56) 25.00 85.00 

4. Ex Pop Gun Circus 

(9/57) 250.00 295.00 

2. Ge Lucky Seven 65.00 90.00 

1. Ge Sky Gunner 100.00 125.00 

6. Ge Night Fighter 70.00 140.00 

4. Ge 2-Player Basketball 99.00 145.00 
4. Ge Rifle Gal. (6/54).. 110.00 135.00 
4. Ge Big Top Rifle 

Gallery (6/54) . . 150.00 195.00 

6. Super model (12/55) 250.00 275.00 
4. Ge Wild West Gun 

(2/55) 175.00 195.00 

4. Ge Sky Rocket Rifle 

Gallery (5/55) 125.00 195 00 

4. Ge Championship Baseball 

(9/55) 125.00 145.00 

4. Ge Quarterback 

(10/55) 50.00 75.00 

2. Ge Hi Fly Baseball 

(5/56) 90.00 95.00 

4. Ge State Fair Rifle Gal. 

(6/56) 225.00 240.00 

4. Ge Davy Crockett 

(10/56) 190.00 225.00 

4. Ge Circus Rifle (3/57) 275.00 295.00 

1. Ge Motorama (10/57) . 215.00 225.00 

4. Ge Gypsy Grandma 

(5/57) 165.00 225.00 

3. Ge Space Age Gun 

(6/58) 155.00 165.00 

6. Jack Rabbit 40.00 75.00 

4. Jungle Joe 45.00 125.00 


4. Big Tent (Ke 12/55) . . 155.00 225.00 
4. DeLuxe Big Tent 

(Ke 5/59) 285.00 300.00 

6. Circus (An 5/56) 175.00 235.00 

4. County Fair (Au 3/57) 145.00 185.00 
4. Double Shot (Ga 4/58) 250.00 285.00 
4. Gun Smoke (Ga 5/56) . 200.00 225.00 
4. Hunter (Ga (5/55) , . 150.00 175.00 




4. Ke Air Raider 50.00 150.00 

4. Ke Sub Gun 50.00 125.00 

4. Ke Sportsman (11/54) . 95.00 150.00 

6. DeLuxe model 130.00 175.00 

4. Ke Ranger (3/55) 195.00 210.00 

6. DeLuxe model (3/55) 190.00 230.00 

4. Ke League Leader 

(4/58) 125.00 150.00 

4. Ke Sportland 135.00 150.00 

4. Mills Panorama Peek 

(11/54) 195.00 250.00 

4. Munves Squoits (11/57) 395.00 495.00 
4. Mu Atomic Bomber . . 65.00 95.00 

4. Mu Ace Bombers 85.00 125.00 

6. Mu Dr. Mobile 

(Prewar) 65.00 125.00 

4. Mu Fly Saucers 95.00 125.00 

2. Muto Lord’s Prayer . . . 195.00 225.00 
6. Mu Photo (Pre-War) . . 100.00 250.00 
4. Mu Photo (DeLuxe) 125.00 325.00 

6. Mu Silver Gloves 125.00 195.00 

6. Mu Sky Fighter 35.00 125.00 

Muto Voice-O-Graph 

4. Pre-War Model 165.00 250.00 

4. Post-War Model . . . .1,025.00 1,100.00 

6. Mu K. O. Champ 150.00 245.00 

6. Mu Drive Yourself 395.00 485.00 
6. Mu Rock n’ Roll (7/56) 20.00 50.00 

4. Mu Bang-0-Rama(4/57) 37.50 75.00 

4. Philadelphia Toboggan 

Skee Alley 200.00 245.00 

4. Scientific Basketball . . . 20.00 75.00 

6. Scientific Batting Pr. . . 30.00 95.00 

6. Scientific Pitch ’Em . . . 45.00 125.00 

2. Seeburg Bear Gun ... 75.00 100.00 

6. Seeburg Shoot the Chute 40.00 80.00 

1. Seeburg Coon Hunt . . 125.00 150.00 

3. Set Shot Basketball . . . 165.00 195.00 

4. Telequiz 65.00 95.00 

6. Un Team Hockey 20.00 50.00 

6. Un Jungle Gun 95.00 145.00 

6. DeLuxe model 95.00 150.00 

1. Un Carn, Gun (10/54) . 150.00 160.00 

6. DeLuxe model 85.00 165.00 

4. Un Bonus Gun (1/55) . 175.00 220.00 
6. DeLuxe model 145.00 195.00 

4. Un Star Slugger (7/55) 100.00 175.00 
6. Un Super Slugger 

(4/56) 125.00 155.08 

4. Un Pirate Gun (10/56) 225.00 245.00 
6. Win DeLuxe World 

Series (2/52) . 35.00 85.00 

4. Wm DeLuxe Baseball 

(4/53) 75.00 95.00 

4. Wm Major Leaguer, 

^ 6-Player 95.00 115.00 

2. Wm. Pennant Baseball 

(12/53) 50.00 75.00 

6. Wm Super Pennant 

Baseball (12/53) . 50.00 115100 

6. Wm Super Star 

Baseball (12/53) . . 50.00 120.00 

6. Wm Big League Base- 

Ball (2/54) 65.00 150.09 

6. Wm All-Star Baseball 

(2/54) 90.00 125.00 

6. Wm Big League Base- 
ball (2/54) 100.00 150.00 

6. Wm Jet Fighter 

(10/54) 95.00 145.00 

2. Wm Safari (2/54) .... 175.00 210.00 
6. DeLuxe Model 180.00 265.00 

4. Wm Polar Hunt (3/55) 150.00 175.00 
4. Wm Sidewalk Engineer 

(4/55) 50.00 105.00 

6. Wm King Of Swat 

(5/55) 110.00 175.00 

6. Wm Four Bagger 

(4/56) 195.00 225.00 

6. DeLuxe Model 215.00 295.00 

4. Wm Crane (10/56) . . . 60.00 110.00 

2. Wm Peppy The Clown 

(12/56) 150.00 225.00 

4. Wm 1957 Baseball .... 275.00 295.00 
1. Wm Ten Strike (12/57) 150.00 199.50 
1* Wm Ten Pins (12/57) . 125.00 160.00 
4. Wm Shortstop (4/58) . 325.00 350.00 


4. Skeet Shoot (Ga 1/57) . 255.00 275.00 
4. Super Big Tent 

(Ke 6/57) 195.00 225.00 

4. Skill Parade (B 1/59) . 150.00 195.00 
4. Deluxe Skill Parade 

(B 4/59) 250.000 260.00 

4. Super Hunter (Ga 6/57) 275.00 295.00 
4. Circus Wagon Wheel 


AMI, INC. 

J-200 (E), 200 Sel., Phono., St, or Mo. 
J-200 (M), 200 Sel. Phono., St. or Mo. 
J-120, 120 Sel. Phono., St. or Mo,. . . . 
J-100, 100 Sel. Phono., St. or Mo..... 
J-200, Cont. Play Hdw’y., St. or Mo. 

J-200, Sel. Play Hdw’y., St. or Mo 

WQ-200 W. B 

WQ-200-1 W. B. (Dual Pricing) 

WQ-200-3 W. B. (4-Coin, Dual Price) 

WQ-120 W. B 

Bargrip Wall Bracket 

St. Mate Extension Spkr 

Recessed Ceiling Spkr 

Wall Spkr 

Corner Spkr. 

St. Adaption Kit 

Remote Y ol. and Cancel Cont., St. or Mo. 
Automatic Vol. Cont. 

AUTO-BELL NOVELTY CO. 

Galloping Dominoes 

(Upright) 


AUTO-PHOTO CO. 


Model 14 Studio $3,245.00 

BALLY MFG. CO. 

Lotta-Fun (5- Ball) $ 825.00 

Fun-Way (5-Ball, No Replays) 825.00 

Batting Practice 

Standard, 10^ Coin chute . . 605.00 

Replay, 10^ and 3 for 25^ 625.00 

Deluxe Club Bowler 855.00 

Moon Raider (Rifle Game) . . 625.00 

Little Champion (Kiddie Ride) 550.00 

Fire Chief (Kiddie Ride) . . . 898.00 

Western Express (Kiddie 

Ride) 898.00 

Spook-Gun (Kiddie 

Shooting-Gallery) 465.00 

Speed-Queen (Kiddie Ride) . . 865.00 

Toonerville Trolley 865.00 

Model T (w/o Record chngr.) 865.00 

The Champion (all metal cab) 865.00 


CHICAGO COIN MACHINE 

Playland Rifle Gallery 

Queen Bowler 

16 ft. 5 in 

21 ft. 5 in 

Bowl Master 

Jet Pilot 

Star Rocket (Upright) 

King Bowler 

16 ft. 5 in 

21 ft. 5 in 

Twin Bowler 

Commando Machine Gun 


EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. 
Card Vendor 


J. F. FRANTZ MFG. CO. 

Dodge City (Counter Pistol) 
Kicker & Catcher 
ABT Challenger Pistol 

ABT Guesser Scale 

ABT Rifle Sport 

Aristo Scale 

GAMES, INC. 

Twin Wild Cat (2-Player) . . . 
Wild Cat (Upright) 

D. GOTTLIEB & CO. 

Sweet Sioux 

(4-Player) 


IRVING KAYE CO., INC. 


Leader (6 Pocket Pool) ... $ 399.95 
Jumbo Leader (6 Pocket Pool) 499.95 
Super Jumbo Hockey 8' .... 400.00 

Melody Tower 149.95 

Deluxe El Dorado 6 Pkt, Pool 499.00 

J. H. KEENEY & CO., INC. 

Touchdown (Upright) $ 695.00 

Big 3 995.00 

Big Roundup (Upright) .... 695.00 

Twin Big Tent 1,295.00 

Riviera Cigarette Vendor .... 299.50 


ROCK-OLA MFG. CORP, 

1475 ST 200 Sel. Phono 

1475 200 Sel. Phono 

1462 50 Sel. Phono 

1464 120 Sel. Wall Type Phono 

1468 ST 120 Sel. Phono 

1468 120 Sel. Phono 

1947 Remote Vol. Cont. for Model 1464 

Phono. 

1460 ST Playmaster 200 Sel. Phono.. . 

1617 Hi-Fi Wall Spkr, 

1618 St Wall Spkr 

1927 Remote Vol. Cont. with Cancel 

Button 50^ Coin Chute Available for 

All Models 

Dual Credit Unit available for 200 

Sel. Model 1475 

1555 Dual W. B. for 120 or 200 Sel. 


THE SEEBURG CORP. 

222, 160 Sel. Phono 

220, 100 Sel. Phono 

D-3W160 Wall-O-Matic, 160 Sel. Dual 

Pricing 

S-3W160 Wall-O-Matic, 160 Sel. Single 

Pricing 

HD-3WU Wall-O-Matic, 200 Sel. Half 

Dollar 

HD-3WU Wall-O-Matic 100-160-200 Sel. 

RSVC-1 Remote St Vol. Cont 

CCI Coin Counter 

TWI Twin St Wall Spkrs 

TCI Twin St Corner Spkrs 

TRI Twin St Recessed Spkrs 

PS6LZ — Power Supply 

HFAI-3 — Power Amplifier 

Cigarette Vender Model 800E1 

1000, Background Music Unit 


UNITED MFG. CO. 


3-Way Shuffle Alley 

Regular Model $1,100.00 

DeLuxe Model 1,220.00 

Zenith Shuffle Alley (2-Lane, 

6-Player) 1,060.00 

Advance Bowler (2-Lane, 

6-PI ay er) 1,495.00 

•/ \ 


UNITED MUSIC CORP. 

UPB-100, 100 Sel. Phono. 

UPB-100S, 100 Sel. St. Phono. 

UPB-100H, 100 Sel. Hdw’y. Phono. 

UWB-1, 100 Sel. 3 Wire W. B. 

UBG-1, Bar Grip 

UAP-1, Aux. Power Supply for extra 
wallboxes 

UCS-1, 8® Dual Cone Corner Spkr. 

UWS-1, 8" Dual Cone Wall Spkr. 

URS-1, 8" Dual Cone Recessed Ceiling 
Spkr. 

UCS-2, 12" Dual Cone Corner Spkr. 
for Stereo 

UWS-2, 12" Dual Cone Wall Spkr. for 
Stereo 

URV-1, Remote Vol. Cont. and Cancel 
for Monaural 

URV-2, Remote Vol. Cont. and Cancel 
for Stereo 

URA-1, Remote Amplifier for increased 
Audio Power 

UMS-1, Microphone System for paging 
or public address 

UPS-1, Play Stimulator for UPB-100 
Series 


WILLIAMS MFG. CO. 

Titan (Rifle Game) 

Spot Pool (5-Ball) 

THE WURLITZER CO. 

2300-S, St 200 Sel. Phono with Step. 

& Dual Pricing 
2300, Mo 200 Sel. with Step. 

2304-S, St 104 Sell less Step. 

2304, Mo 104 Sel. less Step. 

5252 Wall Box, 200 Sel. Dual Pricing 
5250 Wall Box 200 Sel. 104 — 254—504 
5207 Wall Box, 104 Sel., 104—254 
258 Stepper, 200 .Sel. 

257 Stepper, 104 Sel. 

5115 Hi Fi Corner Spkr. Four 5" Cones 
5119 Hi Fi Ceiling Spkr. 12" Cones 

5122 St Convertible Console Spkr. 

5123 St Wall Spkr., 12" Coaxial 

5124 St Corner Spkr., 8" Ext. Range 

5125 St Extender Spkr. packed in pairs 


(Au 5/59) 125.00 265.00 


UPRIGHT ELECTRONIC SCORING F. P. GAMES 


COPYRIGHTED 1959. REPRODUCTION NOT PERMITTED. 



M !f’s What 9 a in THE CASH BOX That Counts— INTERNATIONALLY' 


Page 80 


October 3 , 195 


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1. Automatically pays location-commission, depositing percentage 
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coin-operated equipment in location by providing constant 
supply of coins. 

9. Saves time of collectors, who simply take contents of operator’s 
cash-compartment without delay of counting cash or settling 
with location. 

10. Eliminates counting coins in view of location-patrons. 

11. Minimizes hazard of burglary by permitting location to remove 
cash from game when location is closed. 



MANUFACTURER S CERTIFICATE 


Model; LOTTA- 


Serial No. 


1050 


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MANUFACTURER’S CERTIFICATE attached to each game. 


with popular light-a-linrskill-appeal 



Earns up to 6 coins a game 


Extra coins give player extra cards in which to score by skill. Although 
play is limited to 6 coins maximum to select all 6 cards, location tests ^ 
prove sensational extra coins play appeal of LOTTA-FUN... fastest 5-ball 
game in years. Get LOTTA-FUN for top, trouble-free earning-power. 



BALLY MANUFACTURING COMPANY • 2640 BELMONT AVENUE, CHICAGO 18, ILLINOIS